in all respects, on all accounts, nicely, perfectly, fully, amply, richly, wholesale, abundantly, consummately, widely, as … as … can be, every inch, â fond, de fond, en comble, far and wide, over head and ears, to the backbone, through and through, ne plus ultra.

    In a greater degree: even, yea, a fortiori, still more.

    In a high degree: highly, deeply, strongly, mighty, mightily, powerfully 157, with a witness, with a vengeance, profoundly, superlatively, ultra, in the extreme, extremely, exceedingly, excessively, consumedly, sorely, intensely, exquisitely, acutely, soundly, vastly, hugely, immensely, enormously, stupendously, passing, surpassing, supremely, beyond measure, immoderately, monstrously, inordinately, over head and ears, extraordinarily, exorbitantly, indefinitely, immeasurably, unspeakably, inexpressibly, ineffably, unutterably, incalculably, infinitely, unsurpassably.

    In a marked degree: particularly, remarkably, singularly, uncommonly, unusually, peculiarly, notably, par excellence, signally, famously, egregiously, prominently, glaringly, emphatically, [Greek word] strangely, wonderfully, amazingly, surprisingly, astonishingly, prodigiously, monstrously, incredibly, inconceivably, marvellously, awfully, stupendously.

    In a violent degree: violently, severely, furiously, desperately, tremendously, outrageously, extravagantly, confoundedly, deucedly, devilishly, diabolically, with a vengeance, à outrance. See 173.

    In a painful degree: sadly, grievously, woefully, wretchedly, piteously, sorely, lamentably, shockingly, frightfully, dreadfully, fearfully, terribly, horribly.

  • Smallness (Substantives), littleness, minuteness 193, tenuity, scantness, scantiness, slenderness, meanness, mediocrity, insignificance 643, paucity.
  • A small quantity, modicum, atom, particle, molecule, corpuscle, jot, iota, dot, speck, scintilla, spark, ace, minutiœ, thought, idea, soupçon, whit, tittle, shade, shadow, touch, cast, taste, grain, scruple, spice, sprinkling, drop, dash, smack, scantling, dole, scrap, mite, slip, bit, morsel, crumb, paring, shaving, trifle, thimbleful, spoonful, cupful, mouthful, handful, fistful, see 51.

    Finiteness, a finite quantity.

    (Phrases). The shadow of a shade; a drop in a bucket or in the ocean.

    (Verbs). To be small, etc., to run low, diminish, shrink, decrease, etc., see 195.

    (Phrases). To lie in a nutshell; to pass muster.

    (Adjectives). Small, little, scant, inconsiderable, diminutive, minute 193, tiny, minikin, puny, petty, sorry, miserable, shabby, wretched, paltry 643, weak 640, slender, feeble, faint, slight, scrappy, fiddling, trivial, scanty, light, trifling, moderate, low, mean, tender, mediocre, passable, passing, light, sparing.

    Below par, below the mark, under the mark, at low ebb, imperfect, unfinished, partial 651, inappreciable, evanescent, infinitesimal, atomic, homœopathic.

    Mere, simple, sheer, stark, bare.

    (Adverbs). In a small degree: on a small scale, to a small extent, something, somewhat, next to nothing, little, inconsiderably, slightly, so-so, minutely, faintly, feebly, lightly, imperfectly, perceptibly, moderately, scantily, shabbily, miserably, wretchedly, sparingly, tolerably, passably, weakly, pretty well, well enough, slenderly, modestly.

    In a limited degree: in a certain degree, to a certain degree or extent, partially, in part, some, somewhat, rather, in some degree, in some measure, something, simply, purely, merely, in a manner, at the most, at least, at the least, at most, ever so little, thus far, pro tanto, next to nothing.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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