Or—the VA crisis, the border crisis, the Middle East crisis, the wage-and-inequality crisis, et cetera—about much of anything.
Part of the denial game plan is to try to launch personal attacks on scientists, on policy-makers, et cetera.
The uniform response to him is that he has a tin ear, that he is blind to ordinary people, that he is a fool, et cetera.
The intellectuals, students, et cetera, will turn on this government as repressive and undemocratic in the not too distant future.
Ebb and flow, checks and balances, the center would hold, et cetera.
I realize now that I may have been falling into the trap of solipsism, “who watches the quad,” et cetera, type of thing.
You deal for coffee, et cetera, with Vaust in the Weender Strasse?
These noble et cetera; these smilin' et cetera; these beautiful et cetera, fill me with the proudest emotions of et cetera.
There was, he considered, a fine turn of irony in "et cetera."
You ought to have a cow—a brindled cow—also a lamb; 'Mary had,' et cetera.
also etcetera, early 15c., from Latin et cetera, literally "and the others," from et "and" + neuter of ceteri "the others." The common abbreviation was &c. before 20c., but etc. now prevails.