Synonyms for and
conj in addition to; plus
as a consequence
as well as
Both and and but, and to a lesser extent or and so, are common as transitional words at the beginnings of sentences in all types of speech and writing: General Jackson thought the attack would come after darkness. And he was right. Any objection to this practice probably stems from the overuse of such sentences by inexperienced writers. When one of these words begins a sentence or an independent clause within a sentence, it is not followed by a comma unless the comma is one of a pair setting off a parenthetical element that follows: John is popular, and he seems to be well adjusted. But, appearances to the contrary, he is often depressed. See also and/or, et cetera, try.
- And all
Synonyms for and all adv in addition; as well also too likewise additionally aside from beyond else exclusive of extra further furthermore more moreover otherwise plus secondly yet added to along with apart from as well as conjointly exceeding in conjunction with in distinction to in excess of in other respects more than not counting […]
- And on and on
Synonyms for and on and on adj and so forth whatever along with others and all and others and so on and the like and the rest blah blah blah whatnot et al.
- And others
Synonyms for and others adj and so forth whatever along with others and all and on and on and so on and the like and the rest blah blah blah whatnot et al.
- And so forth
Synonyms for and so forth adv thus thus and so on even so in such manner in such wise in this degree in this way on this wise to this extent Usage Notes Both and and but, and to a lesser extent or and so, are common as transitional words at the beginnings of sentences […]
- And so
Synonyms for and so adv as a result; for that reason so accordingly thus then hence consequently ergo for inasmuch as since thereupon wherefore thence whence for this reason forasmuch as in consequence in that event on account of on the grounds therefrom to that end Synonyms adv accordingly then therefore hence consequently