insomuch

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  • Insomuch that what you can hardly discern will to another extremely minute animal appear as some huge mountain? Cited from Against Sceptics and Atheists, George Berkeley
  • Insomuch that the Dutch began to be in doubt what this might grow to. Cited from Historical Relation Of The Island Ceylon In The East Indies, Robert Knox
  • This put the other party yet into greater rage, insomuch that they concluded the death of these two men. Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3, John Bunyan
  • And they have sought to take away the life of my father, insomuch that they have driven him out of the land. Cited from The Book of Mormon
  • Insomuch that if any wants what another has, with great liberality they give it one to another. Cited from Buccaneers in the West Indies in the XVII Century, Clarence Henry Haring
  • This put the other party yet into a greater rage, insomuch that they concluded the death of these two men. Cited from Best of the World's Classics...Prose, Vol. III, Great Britain & Ireland
  • It was a little way that we had to carry her down, but it was very broken, and insomuch more difficult than the other. Cited from Seaboard Parish, Complete,by George MacDonald
  • The birds were now all astir together, insomuch that the air seemed alive with them. Cited from Away in the Wilderness, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • And he gave him no answer, not even to one word: insomuch that the governor marvelled greatly. Cited from His Life, by William E. Barton, Theodore G. Soares, and Sydney Strong
  • Now that gate was bright beyond the sun itself; insomuch, that I greatly wondered at its light. Cited from Forbidden Gospels, Hermas, by Wake, V9
  • Insomuch that they will give thy Son the lie. Cited from Selections from the Table Talk of Martin Luther
  • Insomuch, that in the space of four years all debts were paid, and lands returned to their right owners. Cited from Plutarch's Lives, A. H. Clough,
  • And he did minister unto them, insomuch that his whole household were converted unto the Lord. Cited from The Book of Mormon
  • Insomuch as an individual would have to sacrifice wages in order to gain an additional unit of education.
  • She speaks English like a native, insomuch that I should never have suspected her to be anything else. Cited from English Notebooks, Complete, Nath. Hawthorne
  • The practice had greatly increased, insomuch that wager policies had become a common thing. Cited from Memoir of the Life of John Quincy Adams, by Josiah Quincy
  • His cruelty increased with his disappointment, insomuch that not a day passed in which he did not put some one to death. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. 5, by Robert Kerr
  • Indeed, insomuch as jockeys do ride in multiple races, horse races are not entirely independent events.
  • It has also plenty of water, insomuch that at one fountain only there is sufficient water to supply a hundred thousand men. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. VII, by Robert Kerr
  • How they are afraid of us that come to them, insomuch that I am troubled at it, and wish myself away. Cited from The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Lord Braybrooke/Editor
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Meaning of insomuch

  • adverb To such an extent or degree; so