just as I thought
This page is about the conversational phrase just as I thought
You can say this if what you thought was true is proved to be true.
- His power bill didn't look right, so Sam checked the meter. "Just as I thought," he said. "They've made a mistake."
- After calling the restaurant, John said, "Just as I thought. They're fully booked. We'll have to go somewhere else."
You can say "Just as I thought" after what you thought was true is
Contributor: Matt Errey