- kiasi fulanisomewhats
Adverb(1) to a small degree or extent(2) to certain extent or degree
(1) He looks a bit like a courier, somewhat out of place in the opulent surroundings.(2) a somewhat thicker book(3) The handbrake looks very out of place and somewhat flimsy compared to the rest of the interior.(4) Following the link took me to a page somewhat like this, which was all rather scary to say the least.(5) I was somewhat angry for what she said to me and my mother has always been able to do that.(6) You're away from the stage by some margin and in this case the music seemed somewhat far off.(7) Jenia's look of bitterness slowly melts away to be replaced by a somewhat puzzled look.(8) His was a somewhat turbulent childhood in which he knew both moderate wealth and poverty.(9) It occurs that a somewhat casual connection with reality informs much of this book.(10) The claim to universalism is undone somewhat when at least half the world seems to be against you.(11) The odds are, shall we say, somewhat large, and the car was still there by the end of the evening.(12) The etiquette of whether one should assist or not assist blind people is somewhat unclear.(13) matters have improved somewhat since then(14) A somewhat younger Robert can be seen in the arms of his mother on the far right.(15) Also this post would be rather dull, and somewhat limited if I did not quote the email.(16) Besides, a later age is accustomed to having actors vary their birth name somewhat .
(1) somewhat :: kiasi fulani
1. a little ::
3. more or less ::
zaidi au chini ya
4. middling ::
Different Formssomewhat, somewhats
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