Insomuch
Insomuch In`so*much", adv. So; to such a degree; in such wise; -- followed by that or as, and formerly sometimes by both. Cf. {Inasmuch}. [1913 Webster]

Insomusch as that field is called . . . Aceldama. --Acts i. 19. [1913 Webster]

Simonides was an excellent poet, insomuch that he made his fortune by it. --L'Estrange. [1913 Webster]


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  • insomuch — ► ADVERB (insomuch that/as) ▪ to the extent that …   English terms dictionary

  • insomuch — late 14c. as a phrase; tending to be run together from 16c …   Etymology dictionary

  • insomuch — [in΄sō much′] adv. 1. to such a degree or extent; so: with that 2. inasmuch (as) …   English World dictionary

  • insomuch — in|so|much [ ,ınsou mʌtʃ ] adverb FORMAL insomuch as INASMUCH AS insomuch that to the degree that …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • insomuch — adverb Because of; since; as a result of. Insomuch as you have consistently paid the bill on time before, well excuse one late payment …   Wiktionary

  • insomuch — in|so|much [ˌınsəuˈmʌtʃ US sou ] adv formal 1.) insomuch that especially AmE to such a degree that 2.) another form of the word inasmuch …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • insomuch — adverb (insomuch that/as) to the extent that …   English new terms dictionary

  • insomuch — adverb formal 1 insomuch that especially AmE to such a degree that 2 another form of the word inasmuch …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • insomuch — /in seuh much , soh /, adv. 1. to such an extent or degree; so (usually fol. by that). 2. inasmuch (usually fol. by as). [1350 1400; ME; orig. phrase in so much] * * * …   Universalium

  • insomuch — in·so·much || ‚ɪnsəʊ mÊŒtʃ adv. to such a degree, to such an extent …   English contemporary dictionary

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