And when people come by the counter—the crew and whatnot—I see them grabbing a little piece of skin.
The three eldest Gibson kids “did their thing, partying, and whatnot, with the local kids,” said one source.
His daughter really did earn coins delivering sheets and whatnot.
It just feeds the fire of materialism, and feeds the fire of make up, and false attire, and whatnot.
You have all these catchphrases—“yum-o”, “oh my gravy” and whatnot.
Andy Grant has told you a great deal about General Jackson's pledges, and his changes and whatnot.
With his own savings, and largely by his own labor, he now built his boat, the whatnot.
The whatnot with her books on it, the things on the table, the bed—all bore fresh traces of a search.
Homais, to keep himself in countenance, took up a water-bottle on the whatnot to water the geraniums.
In one angle of the room austerely huddled a three-cornered "whatnot" of four shelves.
What one means; what one is trying to say: The persons may know what you are driving at (1762+)