Adverb(1) to such an extent or degree; so
(1) self is the source of evil insomuch that the purity of the soul increases as it loses selfhood(2) I├ö├ç├ûm dwelling on their accessories only insomuch as it has a direct bearing on the rest of the story(3) Besides which he had a difficulty of breathing upon him, and had a convulsion of all his members, insomuch that the diviners said those diseases were a punishment upon him for what he had done.(4) The power of God came mightily upon us, insomuch that many cried for exceeding joy, and many fell to the ground.(5) Time Warner is lucky insomuch as it can use its broadband arm to help its media arm but I'm wagering that we'll soon see some pretty significant alliances formed between carriers and recording/movie publishers.(6) That the waving line, or line of beauty, varying still more, being composed of two curves contrasted, becomes still more ornamental and pleasing, insomuch that the hand takes a lively movement in making it with pen or pencil.(7) After 44 years this former history teacher and headmaster is hanging up the headphones, but only insomuch that he will no longer be a week-to-week regular on BBC Scotland's Saturday afternoon Sportsound programme.(8) Google is an interesting site insomuch as it appears to have avoided the temptation to accept money for preferential placements in search results and has stuck very much to its knitting.(9) Furthermore I tend to agree with A J insomuch that the Sun and Mirror newspapers are not taken seriously at all.(10) My comments are apolitical insomuch as I have no idea who I'm going to vote for and my comments are based solely on my observations as to how the parties are running their mailing lists.(11) This is whether the balance is right between safety - insomuch as you can ever have a form of transport that is completely safe - and having a properly functioning railway.(12) It is worthy of attention however, insomuch as it is comparatively lively and straightforward in style, contains certain truthful elements, and is characterised at times by a bold and derisive tone.(13) When I shall send thee into the world I shall send thee as my messenger of salvation, and thy word shall be true, insomuch that heaven and earth shall fail but thy faith shall never fail.(14) State aid is being allowed insomuch as governments can underwrite war risk insurance for airlines until the end of the year.(15) I see him very much as a unifying factor, if it still is necessary to unify the royal family, insomuch that he is very much combining the best elements of both parents.(16) There's this thing about Montreal where we had so many bad years, which were actually good years insomuch that you could live cheaply and really concentrate on the art.
(1) insomuch as :: namate
1. insomuch ::
2. pro tanto ::
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