greatly

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  • The small early states that were established were greatly influenced by Indian culture.
  • Offensive production had increased greatly after a slow start in the first two months.
  • First World War combat experience greatly increased the importance of the machine gun.
  • In the century since then the techniques have been greatly improved and expanded.
  • The language itself has greatly developed during the centuries.
  • Roman city life and culture changed greatly in the early Middle Ages.
  • Many industrial and municipal sources have since then been greatly reduced.
  • They therefore greatly increase the cross-section for the evolution of resistance.
  • The concept always remained the same, but the subject matter varied greatly.
  • As a consequence of its rise to power, the city expanded greatly.
  • There is no evidence that it developed elsewhere or was greatly influenced by any foreign legal system.
  • In addition to cross-cultural differences in understanding love, ideas about love have also changed greatly over time.
  • The time required to learn to play or master a game varies greatly from game to game.
  • New products were developed, and the scale and efficiency of existing production greatly increased.
  • The nature of this form can vary greatly from country to country and from court to court within a country.
  • Had the Government declared him innocent, it would have greatly increased his popularity.
  • Both of his parents greatly influenced his work.
  • Lake Chad also changes greatly in size from one year to another.
  • He was greatly depressed when the officials told him he couldn't play.
  • The absence of a star quarterback can by itself greatly damage his team's play.
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Words starting with greatly

Meaning of greatly

  • adverb To an extraordinary extent or degree
    he improved greatly