degree

[ dih-gree ]SEE DEFINITION OF degree

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEGREE

Aunt Jane approached a degree nearer the equator, and said, gently, "I fear I do."

It came, to some degree, with the realisation that the Universal Thought must be with me.

I am speaking for the moment only of the degree to which the testing comes.

To a degree that convinces myself I have made the demonstration.

The degree to which we work them out depends on our own efforts.

If you think they were embarrassed to the degree that they could not eat, you are mistaken.

At last, however, he mastered his irritation to some degree, and spoke his command briefly.

But he was, to some degree, apathetic from over-much misery.

The Street came decorously, albeit with a degree of uncertainty as to supper.

The degree he refused to accept, for what reason has never been explained.

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