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a bit somewhat; rather; to a small extent.
abysmal of vast extent; unmeasurable; extreme. [1/2 definitions]
abyss anything resembling an abyss in its extent, unmeasurableness, or profundity. [1/2 definitions]
all the total amount, extent, or number; every one. [1/12 definitions]
a lot to a great degree or extent. [1/2 definitions]
any to a degree or extent. [1/7 definitions]
area extent or scope. [1/4 definitions]
as1 equally; to the same extent or degree. [1/11 definitions]
as far as to the extent that.
assess to examine and try to discover the extent, quality, or nature of; evaluate; measure. [1/3 definitions]
at all to even the slightest degree or extent; in the least (used in negative statements and questions only).
better to a greater extent or degree. [1/14 definitions]
big large in size, number, extent, or weight. [1/7 definitions]
bioavailability the extent to which a drug or other substance can be used by the body. [2 definitions]
breadth extent or size. [1/3 definitions]
coliform bacillus any of several bacilli normally found in human and animal colons, the count of which in water is used to determine the presence or extent of fecal pollution.
commensurate of equal measure, as extent or duration. [1/3 definitions]
considerable large in size, number, extent, or proportion. [1/2 definitions]
considerably to a quite large degree or extent.
continuum a continuous extent or whole, the parts of which cannot be separately perceived. [1/2 definitions]
cosmic of immense extent or importance; vast. [1/3 definitions]