more suo

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Latin[edit]

Adverb[edit]

more suo

  1. In his or her own manner.
    • 1891, George Gissing, New Grub Street, Wikisource (2008), Chapter 3 (also Penguin Classics (1985), page 67):
      There has been something like a personal conflict between Fadge and the man who looks after the minor notices. Fadge, more suo, charged the other man with a design to damage him and the paper.
    • 1903, Samuel Butler, The Way of All Flesh, Wikisource (2008), Chapter 54:
      This argument about cheapness was the one with which she most successfully met Theobald, who grumbled more suo that he had no sympathy with his son's extravagance and conceit.