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someone (or something or somehow etc.) or other

Definition of someone or something or somehow etc. or other in English:

Some unspecified or unknown person, thing, manner, etc. they were protesting about something or other
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  • Every now and again, of course, we've had to come aside and remind someone or other of… something or other.
  • I'm tired of walking into work and having someone asking me to support their kid's something or other.
  • He was the right honourable something or other, and had a significant property portfolio; I was never quite sure why he worked.
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