Ofcourse or of course

Did you mean “of course”?

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Ofcourse
CORRECT
Of course

Of course

Idiomatic

Definition:

Used to introduce an idea or action as being obvious or to be expected

Examples:

  1. The point is of course that the puzzle itself is misleading

Synonyms:

  • Naturally
  • As might be expected
  • As one would expect
  • As you would expect

FAQ's

Is it ofcourse or of course?

The correct word is of course

What does of course mean?