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so fashion




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so fashion (not comparable)

  1. (Chinese Pidgin English) in this way; like this; so; thus
    • 1849, Samuel Wells Williams, The Middle Kingdom
      So fashion, eh?” rejoined my friend; “how muchee plice can catchee one alla same same for that?”
    • 1875, James Fowler Rusling, Across America; or, The Great West and the Pacific Coast
      Lookee sharp—so fashion—alla same mi
    • 1944, Robert A. Hall, Jr., Chinese Pidgin English Grammar and Texts, in Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 64, No. 3
      Certain adverbs may take the suffix of manner fæšən, which does not change their meaning: sṓfæšən ‘thusly,’ []

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