n. a euphemistic way of addressing someone with an insulting term of address. (This is usually euphemistic for son of a bitch. However, it is also used for good friends, especially male to male, to show affection.) : This lousy so-and-so tried to take me for 400 bucks.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition. Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw-Hill Education.
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Much of their day is about solving the problems of their parishioners: so-and-so never seems to be able to keep a job.
When he was about five, the greedy little so-and-so tried to swallow one whole.
No more seven months of frenzied calls and asking your cousin to talk to so-and-so.
He can tell you the odds of so-and-so throwing such-and-such a pitch to so-and-so on such-and-such a count.
It helps put over the other wrestler, gives him heat to be able to say that he was the one to run so-and-so out of the promotion.
Those have much more weight in scientific debates than using so-and-so's statistical test vs another statistical method.
In spite of that, so-and-so isn't doing their own scientific research.
There's all this drama about misunderstandings and what so-and-so is really feeling.
If people know you won't quote them with their names as having said that so-and-so did thus-and-such, you'll be in good shape.
Bill can be an opinionated so-and-so, but he loves the city and would give the shirt off his back to anyone who feels likewise.