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pretty much

adverb as in pretty

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Example Sentences

Early on, the sexual protagonist complains that her Molson-drinking husband is pretty much an incompetent Neanderthal.

“His sermons were pretty much from his heart,” the deacon told us.

Hangover Rx: “The old ‘hair of the dog’ is pretty much just a myth,” says White.

For his part though, the dude with the inner grandma is pretty much just looking ahead.

Hitch knows damn well that Redford gets pretty much anything he wants.

The red flashes were breaking out like a bunch of firecrackers, and with pretty much the same sound.

They allowed him to have all the money he wished to spend, and permitted him to do pretty much as he pleased about everything.

"Things happened pretty much as people foresaw back in 1981," she said.

And as Barker hates me pretty much as he seems inclined to hate you, we are in the same box.

I have described in these lines pretty much all that a superficial observer would have noted when he looked into the room.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pretty much, such as: a little, considerably, fairly, kind of, moderately, and quite.

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