Definition of 'to a degree'
Example sentences containing 'to a degree'
Fanning's eyes -- almost buried in flesh -- were now direct, concentrating to a degree that would have pleased any teacher.STONE CITY (2003)
By the time I was thirteen I had modified my accent to a degree, and my voice itself had brought me a certain notoriety.LEARNING TO TALK: SHORT STORIES (2003) MURDER IN E MINOR (2003)
A need to make her his, to bind her to him - to have her and know her to a degree beyond the carnal.ON A WICKED DAWN (2003)
Definition of to a degree from the Collins English Dictionary
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