insomuch


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inasmuch as

1. Due to; because of; since. I know you and I don't get along particularly well, but inasmuch as we are to be colleagues, we should at least try to be civil to one another.
2. To such an extent that; to the degree that. Inasmuch as money is concerned, our project will be completely funded by private donations.

insomuch as

1. Due to; because of; since. I know you and I don't get along particularly well, but insomuch as we are to be colleagues, we should at least try to be civil to one another.
2. To such an extent that; to the degree that. Insomuch as money is concerned, our project will be completely funded by private donations.
See also: insomuch

inasmuch as

Also, insomuch as.
1. Since, because of the fact that, as in Inasmuch as I have to go anyhow, I'll pick up the book for you, or Insomuch as they are friends, we can seat them together. The first usage dates from the late 1300s, the second from the late 1400s.
2. Also, insofar as. To the extent or degree that, as in You will become a good pianist only inasmuch as you keep practicing, or He's lost interest insomuch as he has stopped attending church altogether, or Insofar as this is a temporary measure, we can't complain. [Late 1500s]
References in classic literature ?
They were regarded as a perfect protection against sin, and advertised as such by my knights everywhere, with the paint-pot and stencil-plate; insomuch that there was not a cliff or a bowlder or a dead wall in England but you could read on it at a mile distance:
In this, as insomuch, the novel holds its own against Grass and Remarque; it is an excellent work, and one deserving of its wide readership.
We pay our way insomuch as we even pay the city for human resources, payroll, legal and engineering services, but our revenues cover our expenses at the end of the day.
Indeed, insomuch as the correct interpretation of law is presumed to depend on judges and legal bodies, law can be separated from politics.
Thou knowest well, neighbour and friend Sancho Panza, how the proclamation or edict his Majesty commanded to be issued against those of my nation filled us all with terror and dismay; me at least it did, insomuch that I think before the time granted us for quitting Spain was out, the full force of the penalty had already fallen upon me and upon my children.
It was, insomuch as that app's disappearing stories are now being emu- lated by the likes of Instagram.
21) in Richardson insomuch as antimimetic is the core concept of unnatural narrative.
This was the case for the majority of men in this study as they entered the practice environment insomuch as their desire for technical specialty areas.
Insomuch as many would say Ruth has been an angel to the Almaidami family, they have all, in their own unique ways, been angels to her.
uk IN the first week of the new South Birmingham Winter League, division one produced an unusual statistic insomuch as the four games played all produced a different result ranging from 8-1 to 5-4.
Newton Gun Club insomuch that he did not go through the normal membership procedures of filing any paperwork, but were any of his relatives, or anyone else that he was close to, a member of the gun club?
In this respect, home video occupies an exceptional position in media historiography insomuch it has yet to provoke the sustained, multi-directional analyses devoted to other means of delivery such as television, drive-ins, multiplexes, DVD, the internet, and mobile telecommunications.
Also, by this time, Kant argues for the discursive nature of our understanding insomuch as our knowledge requires both concepts and phenomenal intuition.
He said: "She's very supportive insomuch as she has become my mother.
The system worked insomuch as it helped catapult OnePlus into the consciousness of smartphone buyers the world over without spending huge gobs of cash on marketing.