(ADVERB) (ADJECTIVE)

much1 meaning2
1 (degree adverb used before a noun phrase) for all practical purposes but not completely
2 rich in significance or implication
all told1 full2
1 with everything included or counted
2 (of sound) having marked deepness and body
hard1 uncut2
1 very near or close in space or time
2 not cut
unreasonably1 civil2
1 to a degree that exceeds the bounds or reason or moderation
2 of or in a condition of social order
meekly1 up2
1 in a submissive or spiritless manner
2 (used of computers) operating properly
in line1 good2
1 one behind another in a line or queue
2 thorough
lightly1 gentle2
1 to a slight degree
2 quiet and soothing
uppermost1 corrupted2
1 in or into the highest position
2 containing errors or alterations
very much like1 regulation2
1 in a similar way
2 prescribed by or according to regulation
appreciably1 amended2
1 to a noticeable degree
2 of legislation
on one hand1 mortgaged2
1 from one point of view
2 burdened with legal or financial obligations
soonest1 resolute2
1 with the least delay
2 firm in purpose or belief; characterized by firmness and determination
month by month1 partial2
1 for an indefinite number of months
2 showing favoritism
plump1 feigned2
1 straight down especially heavily or abruptly
2 not genuine
and how1 activated2
1 an expression of emphatic agreement
2 rendered active; e.g. rendered radioactive or luminescent or photosensitive or conductive
philosophically1 bound2
1 with respect to philosophy
2 covered or wrapped with a bandage
simultaneously1 close2
1 at the same instant
2 at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other
heavily1 incoherent2
1 in a manner designed for heavy duty
2 (physics) of waves having no stable definite or stable phase relation
together with1 rural2
1 in conjunction with; combined
2 living in or characteristic of farming or country life
afresh1 weak2
1 again but in a new or different way
2 wanting in physical strength
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