or else

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Expression
or else

  1. You say or else after a command to tell someone that if they do not follow it, something bad will happen.
    My mom yelled, "you get inside now, or else."
  2. You say or else after a hope to show that if it isn't true, then something bad will happen or has happened.
    I hope he's arrived by now, or else.

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