Idiom:  in and of itself

Meaning 

Idiom:  in and of itself

  • without considering anything else
  • used to emphasize that the particular thing being talked about is enough or true without considering anything else


Example sentences

  • I love the balcony in and of itself so I’ve decided to rent the apartment.
  • In and of itself, the color of that dress is fabulous.
  • Coming to our wedding from Europe was, in and of itself, such a generous gift.
  •  Failing one grade isn't in and of itself enough to put you on academic probationprovided you did well in your other classes.
  • Throwing up once, in and of itself, isn't alarming but if you hear your daughter doing it frequently, please contact me.
  • In and of itself, the report was excellent but the poor grammar and spelling mistakes were distracting.
  • The points we got for coming in first and second place in both races were, in and of themselves, enough for our team to get a medal.
  • Having a baby is, in and of itself, a true blessing. 

Synonyms

  • in itself
  • by itself


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