somewhat

[ suhm-hwuht, -hwot, -hwuh t, -wuht, -wot, -wuh t ]SEE DEFINITION OF somewhat

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Decent, unpretentious folks, somewhat new, but with loads of money.

He was by no means what is termed a sportsman, yet he was somewhat fond of shooting.

It is somewhat in the vein of "Sourdough" Service, the Yukon bard.

Sallie Calkins was somewhat flurried by this unexpected call.

The horrible stiffness was somewhat broken, and all were seated.

These were the somewhat startling words which broke his silence.

Gilder stared at her for a few seconds, somewhat indignantly.

It has eased my joints, which were somewhat stiff from these years of peace.

As will be observed, these are somewhat broad and not very tall.

Chip saw and interpreted the glance, somewhat contemptuously.

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