Thesaurus / essentially
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It is just different enough from the ordinary, romantic novel to be essentially new.
THE REDEMPTION OF DAVID CORSONCHARLES FREDERIC GOSS
Justice, moreover, with its frequent employment of trial by combat, did not essentially differ from private war.
But beyond this essentially human and romantic, attitude to Nature there is just nothing at all.
SUSPENDED JUDGMENTSJOHN COWPER POWYS
The situation is one of conflict, and it is out of the conflict that the essentially emotional experience of "resistance" emerges.
STUDIES IN LOGICAL THEORYJOHN DEWEY
Physical examination, essentially negative, except for thick mucco burn discharge from the urethra.
WARREN COMMISSION (8 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VIII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
In a monarchy so essentially personal the preparation of the heir to the throne for his position should have been the chief task.
The mixed blood of these two essentially Asiatic races has produced a type closely resembling that of European nations.
TRAVELS IN THE STEPPES OF THE CASPIAN SEA, THE CRIMEA, THE CAUCASUS, &C.XAVIER HOMMAIRE DE HELL
Nay, indeed, have we not seen that government is essentially immoral?
THE RIGHT TO IGNORE THE STATEHERBERT SPENCER
Motive is everything, bearing in mind what an essentially practical animal your savage invariably is; and here there was none.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
And any opposition which might exist amongst French Canadians assumed an essentially passive character.
SOUTH AFRICA AND THE BOER-BRITISH WAR, VOLUME IJ. CASTELL HOPKINS
WORDS RELATED TO ESSENTIALLY
- above all
- before anything else
- first and foremost
- first of all
- for the most part
- in the first place
- in the main
- to a great degree
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