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It is still, however, somewhat wanting in the expression of straightness, and therefore slightly unnatural.

The country through which we passed was somewhat undulating, and upon the whole a very fine agricultural district.

He appeared to be somewhat excited, and went about his operations with an air at once of slyness and of mystery.

The Lonely IslandR.M. Ballantyne

Sham Rao cast a furtive, timid look round him; and his voice, when he answered our questions, was somewhat tremulous.

From the Caves and Jungles of HindostanHelena Pretrovna Blavatsky

This effects the same purpose as the phonograph, but in a somewhat different manner.

How it WorksArchibald Williams

But a somewhat closer reflection will show that there are at least two points in which a possibility of progress may be admitted.

The reservation struck me somewhat humorously as an anti-climax.

Penny was somewhat taken aback by the old man's obvious agitation.

In addition, the purposes for which eggs are used are somewhat affected by their storage.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 2Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

Some days later the kitten appeared with a huge pink bow behind its ears, somewhat awkwardly tied, if it must be confessed.

Miss BillyEleanor H. Porter

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