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sort of

adverb as in in a way

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Cook posted, amended, then deleted a sort-of apology over the controversy and refused all interviews.

The 1989 picture is remembered for the acclaimed (and sort-of-creepy, to be real for a moment) Disney family film that it is.

Most of the witnesses had heard or seen something, sort-of; several were elderly, many roused from sleep.

Feel free to use this sort-of-sad break up as a practice run for the sure-to-be-devastating demise of Bey and Jay.

The first shot of his face is sort-of a peek-a-boo in between bouts of administering some, um, oral pleasure.

There wasn't any use trying to tell things how they really were to Paul, because to him things weren't ever sort-of-but-not-quite.

Why,-sister,-I-am-so troubled-about-our-house-of-worship-that my-memory-is-sort-of-affected-that-quick.

He put me on to all those Journals and things, and—after—well, I sort-of keep it up.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sort of, such as: kind of, moderately, rather, slightly, somewhat, and to a degree.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.