Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In so far; to such a degree: followed by as.
- In view of the fact; seeing; considering: followed by as.
- conj. See inasmuch as.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In like degree; in like manner; seeing that; considering that; since; -- followed by
as. See In as much as, under in, prep.
“I'm vain inasmuch as I think I'm terribly out of shape right now.”
“As regards the ammonium carbonate accumulating in the soil from the conversion of urea and other sources, we know from Winogradsky's researches that it undergoes oxidation in two stages owing to the activity of the so-called "nitrifying" bacteria (an unfortunate term inasmuch as”
“Christ's Passion is recalled inasmuch as it was wrought in Him Who is our Head.”
“Further, silver may yet be abandoned as a subsidiary coinage inasmuch as it has now but a token value in gold standard countries if denuded of sentiment.”
“And peace is produced by justice -- the moral virtue which is concerned with our works: _The work of justice shall be peace_  inasmuch, that is, as a man, by refraining from injuring others, removes occasions of strife and disturbance.”
“Thomas Workman gave the workshops to the Faculty of A.plied Science he directed that a sum of $3000 be paid to the former Principal, Dr. Meredith, "inasmuch;" he said, "as I have long been convinced of the value of the services rendered to the University of McGill by Edmund A. Meredith, LL. D., during a very critical period of its history.”
“We all remember that wonderful "inasmuch" in the twenty-fifth of Matthew.”
“Stockmar predicted much advantage from it, "inasmuch," he said,”
“In short, within a given time the most blooming young man is turned into an "inasmuch" machine -- an instrument which applies the Code to individual cases with the indifference of clockwork.”
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English words of Anglo-Saxon origin.
Unholy adverbose conjunction trinities. Yes, this list is ridiculous.
Words that are made up of three words, be it intended for the meaning, or coincidentally (as in "attendance").
Words that have been smashed together.
Words I've heard/read in use, words being learnt, words that I want to eventually use in everyday language, words that are high-brow and elitist and scholarly and obscure, words that display the wo...
Words I should learn/I want to learn/I just learned, with a quotation to help the medicine go down.
-a unit of language consisting of one or more spoken sounds or their written representation, that functions as a principal carrier of meaning.
Words which are highly likely to be found in the work of learned writers.
words that embody life
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