Thesaurus / quite

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There were numerous sheepfolds and two cattle pens, but the rest of the country round was quite open.
TAKING TALESW.H.G. KINGSTON
It is so ugly that it is worth nothing, except as a curiosity; and if it ceased to be a curiosity it would be quite valueless.
“It is late to-night,” said Harry, now quite calm, though with a hot flush upon his cheek.
THE CHAPLAIN OF THE FLEETWALTER BESANT AND JAMES RICE
It was during this period of her life that she won a friendship quite as strong and quite as precious as that of old Grossetete.
THE VILLAGE RECTORHONORE DE BALZAC
Hunt had often thought since that Joe Hurley was quite attracted by his lively sister.
THE HEART OF CANYON PASSTHOMAS K. HOLMES
We know in truth very little about her, but that little is quite unlike what we know about any one else.
MYSTICISM IN ENGLISH LITERATURECAROLINE F. E. SPURGEON
In this way salts act in two quite different directions according to the concentration of the slip.
The batting was not so good, but there were some quite capable men.
MIKEP. G. WODEHOUSE
In carving a ham, begin not quite in the centre, but a little nearer to the hock.
The tears had quite dried now, yet the mournful thought of the invented dream was still haunting me a little.
CHILDHOODLEO TOLSTOY

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