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kind of

Verb : (idiomatic, colloquial) Slightly; somewhat; sort of.

sort of

Verb : (idiomatic, colloquial) Approximately; in a way; partially; not quite; somewhat.


Verb : Used to specify a choice or preference; preferably, in preference to. (Now usually followed by than)

Verb : (conjunctive) Used to introduce a contradiction; on the contrary.

Verb : (conjunctive) Introducing a qualification or clarification; more precisely. (Now usually preceded by or.)


Verb : (informal) Contraction of sort of. [(idiomatic, colloquial) Approximately; in a way; partially; not quite; somewhat.]


Verb : To a limited extent or degree; not completely.

Verb : (UK, meiosis) Very.

Noun : More or less; a certain quantity or degree; a part, more or less; something.


Adjective : Small in size.

Adjective : Small and underdeveloped, particularly (of a male) in the genitals.

Adjective : Insignificant, trivial.


Verb : Slenderly; delicately.

Verb : (degree) To a small extent or degree.


Verb : In one way or another; in a way not yet known or explained; by some means


Verb : (manner) In a fair manner; fair; not biased or skewed or favouring a certain party

Verb : Favorably; auspiciously; commodiously.

Verb : Honestly; properly.


Verb : For some time; for a short time.

Verb : (US, Pennsylvania Dutch English) In the meantime; during an implicit ongoing process.


Verb : Very close to, but not quite.

Verb : (mathematics) Up to, except for a negligible set (where negligible is not universally but contextually defined).

Verb : (measure theory, probability theory) Up to a null set; except for a set of measure 0.


Noun : Pronunciation spelling of year. [A period of time akin to the time taken for the Earth to undergo a full cycle of seasons.]


Adjective : Acting in opposition; opposing.

Adjective : Being, of having an opponent; not unopposed.

Adjective : Opposite.


Adjective : In need of some rest or sleep.

Adjective : Fed up, annoyed, irritated, sick of.

Adjective : Overused, cliché.


Adjective : (literary) True, real, actual.

Adjective : The same; identical.

Adjective : With limiting effect: mere.


Verb : Sufficiently.

Verb : Fully; quite; used after adjectives to express slight augmentation of the positive degree, and sometimes equivalent to very.

Verb : Used after certain adverbs to emphasise that a quality is notable, unexpected, etc.


Adjective : Factually right, correct; factual.

Adjective : Rationally right, correct.

Adjective : Morally right; upright, righteous, equitable; fair.


Verb : (manner) In a sufficient manner; enough.

Verb : (degree) To a sufficient extent.


Noun : (obsolete) Class; kind.

Noun : (grammar) A division of nouns and pronouns (and sometimes of other parts of speech) into masculine or feminine, and sometimes other categories like neuter or common, and animate or inanimate.

Noun : (now sometimes proscribed) Sex (a category, either male or female, into which sexually-reproducing organisms are divided on the basis of their reproductive roles in their species).


Verb : Of a measurement: approximately, roughly.

Verb : (dialect) To a certain extent, or for a certain period.


Verb : To enjoy, be pleased by; favor; be in favor of.

Verb : (transitive, archaic) To please.

Verb : (obsolete) To derive pleasure of, by or with someone or something.


Adjective : Pleasant to the sight or other senses; attractive, especially of women or children.

Adjective : Of objects or things: nice-looking, appealing.

Adjective : (often derogatory) Fine-looking; only superficially attractive; initially appealing but having little substance; see petty.


Verb : In a relative manner; with reference to environment or competition; contextually or comparatively.

Verb : (sometimes proscribed) Somewhat; fairly.


Noun : A grouping based on shared characteristics; a class.

Noun : An individual considered typical of its class, one regarded as typifying a certain profession, environment, etc.

Noun : An individual that represents the ideal for its class; an embodiment.


Noun : A type, race or category; a group of entities that have common characteristics such that they may be grouped together.

Noun : A makeshift or otherwise atypical specimen.

Noun : (archaic) One's inherent nature; character, natural disposition.


Noun : A general type.

Noun : Manner; form of being or acting.

Noun : (obsolete) Condition above the vulgar; rank.


Verb : To the greatest extent or degree; completely, entirely.

Verb : With verbs, especially past participles.

Verb : With prepositional phrases and spatial adverbs.


Verb : In the place of something (usually mentioned earlier); as a substitute or alternative.


Noun : A kind; a stylistic category or sort, especially of literature or other artworks.

Verb : To assign or conform to a genre, to make genre-specific.


Noun : (biology, taxonomy) A category in the classification of organisms, ranking below family (Lat. familia) and above species.

Noun : A taxon at this rank.

Noun : A group with common attributes.


Noun : A piece of metal placed in a horse's mouth and connected to the reins to direct the animal.

Noun : A rotary cutting tool fitted to a drill, used to bore holes.

Noun : (dated, Britain) A coin of a specified value.


Noun : A series of sounds organized in time, usually employing some combination of harmony, melody, rhythm, tempo, etc., to convey a mood.

Noun : (figuratively) Any interesting or pleasing sounds.

Noun : An art form, created by organizing pitch, rhythm, and sounds made using musical instruments and sometimes singing.


Verb : (literal) In a way or manner that is real, not unreal.

Verb : (modal) Actually; in fact; in reality.

Verb : (informal, as an intensifier) Very (modifying an adjective); very much (modifying a verb).


Verb : To the fullest extent or degree.

Verb : (degree, colloquial) Very; extremely.

Verb : (modal, colloquial) Definitely; for sure.


Verb : in a fundamental, essential or basic manner

Verb : essentially; mostly; pretty much

Verb : (filler) used to refer to the most important or fundamental point the speaker is making or to indicate generalization or simplification; sometimes tending towards a meaningless filler word


Verb : Elongated form of so.


Adjective : Having an unusually strange character or behaviour.

Adjective : Deviating from the normal; bizarre.

Adjective : Relating to weird fiction ("a macabre subgenre of speculative fiction").


Adjective : Misspelling of weird. [Having an unusually strange character or behaviour.]

Adjective : Obsolete spelling of weird [Having an unusually strange character or behaviour.]


Verb : (manner) In a weird manner.

Verb : (evaluative) Contrary to expectations.


Verb : In a strange or coincidental manner.

Verb : (archaic) Surprisingly, wonderfully.


Verb : In an obvious or clearly apparent manner.

Verb : (colloquial) Used as a filler word, or to introduce information even when not obvious.


Verb : (informal) significantly; very, very much

Verb : mostly, primarily


Verb : (colloquial, slang) Probably.


Verb : (modal) In act or in fact; really; in truth; positively.

Verb : (obsolete) Actively.

Verb : (obsolete) Currently; at the time.


Verb : Misspelling of basically. [in a fundamental, essential or basic manner]


Verb : Without motion.

Verb : (aspect) Up to a time, as in the preceding time.

Verb : (degree) To an even greater degree. Used to modify comparative adjectives or adverbs.


Verb : In a vague manner.

Verb : Loosely; more or less; somewhat.


Verb : Badly, terribly.

Verb : (not comparable) Very; exceedingly; extremely; excessively.

Verb : (archaic) In a manner inspiring awe.


Verb : (copulative) To appear; to look outwardly; to be perceived as.

Verb : (obsolete) To befit; to beseem.


Noun : (philosophy) Something being indicated that is there; one of those.


Verb : In a peculiar manner; strangely; unusually.

Verb : In a manner measured by an odd number.


Verb : Mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

Verb : (obsolete) To the greatest extent; most.


Verb : Without question and beyond doubt.

Verb : In a definite manner; decisively.


Verb : At all times; throughout all time; since the beginning.

Verb : Constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals (opposed to sometimes or occasionally).

Verb : (informal) In any event.

kinda sorta

Verb : (colloquial) Kind of; somewhat.

sorta kinda

Verb : (colloquial) Synonym of kinda sorta


Verb : (nonstandard) somewhat; to some degree


Verb : In a kind manner, out of kindness.

Verb : In a favourable way.

Verb : Used to make a polite request: please.

kind of like

Verb : (informal) vaguely similar to

a bit

Verb : (informal) To a small extent; in a small amount.

Verb : (informal) Slightly; rather.

Verb : (UK, meiosis) Very.


Noun : An object whose nature is yet to be defined.

Noun : An object whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g., from words of a song. Also used to refer to an object earlier indefinitely referred to as 'something' (pronoun sense).

not quite

Verb : (idiomatic) not exactly but slightly

pretty much

Verb : Almost completely; very nearly; mostly; more or less; basically.


Verb : (colloquial) Slightly; to a small extent; in some degree.

a tad

Verb : (informal) To a small extent; in a small amount.

Verb : (informal) Slightly; rather.

Verb : (UK, meiosis) Very.

more or less

Verb : Approximately.

Verb : Almost.

Verb : To varying extents, across instances; to an extent that varies among cases.


Verb : Half of the way between two points; midway.

Verb : Moderately; somewhat.


Verb : (now chiefly US colloquial) Somehow.

not hardly

Verb : (colloquial) hardly, not at all

a little bit

Verb : To a very small extent or degree.

just about

Verb : (idiomatic) Approximately, very nearly.

a little

Verb : To a small extent or degree.

Verb : Slightly.

Verb : (UK, meiosis) Very.

some kinda

Verb : Pronunciation spelling of some kind of. [Used as an intensifier of adjectives: remarkably]


Verb : To some extent.

Verb : In part; part of the way; some of the way.


Verb : (US, dialect, archaic) slightly; to a limited extent

not really

Verb : To a low degree, not particularly, not especially.

Verb : Not actually (a hypothetical will not, in fact, come to pass), often rhetorical.


Verb : In a minor way; to a small degree.


Verb : To a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

close to

Verb : (of quantifiers of nouns) Approximately

Verb : (informal) Nearly; almost


Verb : In a roughish manner; somewhat roughly.


Adjective : Indicative or characteristic of togetherness or being together; togetherly.

Adjective : Somewhat together.

Verb : In a togetherish or somewhat together manner.

a mite

Verb : (informal) To a small extent; in a small amount; rather.

something like

Verb : (idiomatic) approximately


Verb : In part, or to some degree, but not completely.


Verb : To a medium extent.

for the most part

Verb : (idiomatic) Mostly; in general; usually.


Verb : (obsolete or dialect) In some measure or degree; somewhat, partly, partially


Noun : (countable) A boundary or accepted division; a border.

Noun : (countable) An individual who has borderline personality disorder.

Noun : (uncountable) Short for borderline personality disorder. [(psychiatry) Behavior that borders both neurosis and psychosis.]


Verb : Less than totally; partially.


Verb : Somehow, in an unspecified manner; someway.


Verb : (archaic) somehow; in some manner, by some means.

not a bit of it

Verb : (colloquial) Not at all; in no way whatsoever.


Noun : A portion; a component.

Noun : A fraction of a whole.

Noun : A distinct element of something larger.

pretty well

Verb : Synonym of pretty much (“almost completely; very nearly”)

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see pretty, well.


Verb : To some extent or distance; part of the way.


Verb : In practice; in effect or actuality, though possibly not officially.

Verb : Almost completely; almost entirely.

Verb : With respect to practices or a practice.

like to

Verb : (Southern US) nearly; almost


Verb : In a colloquial manner.


Verb : (dialect) just about; almost


Verb : (colloquial) very much, very

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