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Definition of Ergo


  1. Therefore; consequently; -- often used in a jocular way.

Ergo Quotations

Anyone can be a moral individual, concerned with human rights and problems; but only a college professor, a trained expert, can solve technical problems by 'sophisticated' methods. Ergo, it is only problems of the latter sort that are important or real.
Noam Chomsky

These two are not two Love has made them one Amo Ergo Sum! And by its mystery Each is no less but more.
Benjamin Britten

Words are but wind; and learning is nothing but words; ergo, learning is nothing but wind.
Jonathan Swift

Ergo, because of the money problem, it is probable that our orchestras will soon go down in quality.
Lara St. John

If the '80s were about Christian Lacroix ball gowns, the '90s give us wealthy women who either go to work or pretend to, and want office suits or slip dresses they can wear to dinner parties - ergo, the minimalism of Prada, Jil Sander, and others. But this is minimalism that comes at maximal prices.
Michael Shnayerson
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