and then some - definitions and synonyms

and then some adverb

  1. English Meaning: 

    : and considerably more in addition

    Example Sentenses:

    • it cost me a week's salary and then some

Usage Examples:

  • British journalist Mehdi Hasan was among the few that sided with her, tweeting, “If you are accusing Israelis of having ‘deep pockets’ and ‘controlling’ the media, then yeah, you’re invoking some pretty anti-Semitic slurs.”
  • Someday they will tear down the George W Bush CIA building and then we will know.
  • The people of Balochistan love Pakistan and some people were playing in the hands of enemies and trying to dismember Balochistan.
  • Many of those features are now included, and some, like tagging, are on the way.
  • Some counters estimate hematocrit from direct measurements.
  • Anise tea is lovely and soothing for coughs and sore throats and can help clear up congestion.
  • Spiced with cardamom, cinnamon, star anise, and tamarind to name a few, this curry is complex and mouth watering.