overwhelmingly

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The political literature of the time is overwhelmingly against William.

He was overwhelmingly elated, but would have died rather than show it.

I was surprised enough when you told me you could see us but not overwhelmingly so.

Henceforth the chances of victory were overwhelmingly on the side of the employers.

The forces of Pompey were overwhelmingly superior in numbers.

It suddenly occurred to him how overwhelmingly important this was.

Perhaps it is because it is so rarely seen that it is so overwhelmingly attractive.

They are overwhelmingly conscious of each other's faults and weaknesses.

Why was it suddenly so overwhelmingly important for him to investigate the towers?

Illinois was, of course, overwhelmingly and vociferously for him.

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