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without exception

adjective as in every

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adverb as in day in and day out

adverb as in universally

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adverb as in wholly

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Example Sentences

The paparazzi photographer is, almost without exception, male.

The Japanese media, almost without exception、reported the details of the statement.

As Mason mentioned, the 2012 GOP platform once again calls for prohibiting abortion without exception.

These people are, almost without exception, obsessed, irascible, and self-righteous.

In Japan, in every profession, almost without exception, there is the yakuza or something akin to the yakuza in the background.

All the banks in the city of New York without exception, and by common consent, stop specie payments.

The two sisters, Birgitte and Mette, especially interested themselves in everything without exception.

These are the general duties which the sacred writings of the Hindoos enforce, without exception, upon all castes or sects.

We answer, that it is not the pretended good sense of the French alone, but of all the nations of Europe without exception.

In these cases, almost without exception, it is circumstances that bring the criminal to punishment.


On this page you'll find 135 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to without exception, such as: all, any, exclusive, individual, one by one, and particular.

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