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- adv. Because of; since; as a result of.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. So; to such a degree; in such wise; -- followed by that or as, and formerly sometimes by both. Cf. inasmuch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To such a degree; in such wise; so: followed by that, and formerly sometimes by as.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to such an extent or degree; so
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Or, is voice supposed to serve a specific story — is it the voice of the world, the tonal/language combination which is very specific to that world of the story and characters therein insomuch as it conveys something about the story itself and it (the voice) wouldn’t fit any other story?
It was called _The Field of Cloth of Gold; _ and the courtiers who attended the two sovereigns felt bound to almost rival them in sumptuousness, "insomuch," says the contemporary Martin du
And it was my fault insomuch as I knew that was going to happen when I left.
The answer to this question is perhaps less academic for me than most, insomuch as my alter ego is a college professor and I teach an introduction to science fiction and fantasy literature class fairly regularly.
Look at Arizona, a state torn apart with a needless immigration "debate;" needless insomuch as it exists now.
Then they made themselves chiefs, and took away our old laws and gave us new ones, insomuch that the man was the son of his father, and not his mother, as our way had been.
Her father's pecuniary troubles, and the tone he chose to take with reference to them, also preyed upon her spirits, insomuch that Shelley was obliged at last to intercept his letters.
In this respect, the images of 1970s terrorists don't represent the 1970s, insomuch as they are mirrors of who we have now become in response to who we, or they, were then.
Having painted portraits of Bartolomeo and his wife, "so natural that they seem truly alive", he "painted a picture of Christ on the Cross, which is executed with much study and pains, insomuch that it is clearly evident that he copied it from a real dead body fixed on a cross, such is the supreme excellence and perfection of every part".
The Nicaraguan newspaper El Nuevo Diario, which has carried the story since the beginning, also makes no assertions about the origins -- except insomuch as quoting others as to the veracity of the document.