Thesaurus / means

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Infinite—this word is by no means the expression of a clear idea: it is merely the expression of an effort to attain one.
How if he should take this means of informing Joseph of his present situation?
But it means bed for a fortnight or so, and you must go immediately.'
A GREAT MANARNOLD BENNETT
This is accomplished by means of an "interrupter" that either vibrates rapidly or "snaps" once at the formation of each spark.
THE GASOLINE MOTORHAROLD WHITING SLAUSON
But to return for a time to the means taken to attract the notice of other ships.
Bach became thoroughly hurt, and sought for a means of leaving Leipsic.
BACHCHARLES FRANCIS ABDY WILLIAMS
He did not enter with flying colors, for Joe was no great scholar, but he was by no means at the foot of the ladder.
BASEBALL JOE AT YALELESTER CHADWICK
Yet ways and means had to be provided, and the difficulty grew rather than diminished, until it was decided to cut the knot.
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
For in such cases I'm apt to be the one that's handiest, and you know what that means.
TORCHY AS A PASEWELL FORD
This means that a comparatively limited number of debtors are called upon to sell their securities.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS

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