Definition of 'inasmuch as'
Example sentences containing 'inasmuch as'
Plus if I got home in time I had the best possible alibi inasmuch as I was home in bed all night with my wife.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
Particularly inasmuch as he'd received substantiating information about Quince Ellel from a number of other sources.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2002)
They didn't seem particularly inclined to pursue it, inasmuch as nothing was stolen and nobody was harmed.THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (2002)
In essence he was a reasonable man, and held to doctrine only inasmuch as it served the Aragonese empire.THE FAMILY (2002)
Definition of inasmuch as from the Collins English Dictionary
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