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terribly, very much.
absolutely, actually, all, all in all, all told, altogether, considerably, en masse, entirely, fully, in fact, in reality, In Toto, in truth, just, largely, perfectly, positively, precisely, purely, really, thoroughly, totally, truly, utterly, well, wholly, to the nth degree, without omission, in all respects, without reservation.
extraordinarily, extremely, highly, very, to nth degree.
to a certain extent
fairly, far, moderately, more or less, pretty, rather, reasonably, relatively, significantly, somewhat, very, to some degree.
hugely, immensely, in deed.
all the way, altogether, completely, comprehensively, entirely, heart and soul, hook line and sinker, in all, in full, In Toto, intensively, painstakingly, solidly, to the limit, totally, utterly, wholly, Undividedly, to the max, from beginning to end, in entirety, on all counts, to the end, nth degree, the end, the limit, the max.
completely, reservedly, uniquely, without exception, in every respect, without reservation.
drastically, exorbitantly, immoderately, inordinately, prohibitively, strikingly, surpassingly, terrifically, vitally.
a little, temperately, tolerantly, within reason, quite a bit, within limits, in reason, more than not, not exactly.
a bit, to some extent, a good bit, to some degree, in a certain degree, some extent.
actually, positively, really, truly.
deplorably, distressingly, gravely, grievously, harmfully, menacingly, regrettably, threateningly.
fairly, insignificantly, bearably, in part, to a degree, not much, a degree.
becomingly, effortlessly, fittingly, luxuriantly, plentifully, by a wide margin.
absolutely, completely, entirely, totally, wholly.
quite a, quite an, rather.
actually, in essence, positively, really, truly.
to a considerable degree
considerably, more or less, pretty, rather, very, to some extent.
Examples of usage:
– Virgin Soil by Ivan S. Turgenev
– The Obstacle Race by Ethel M. Dell
– The Truants by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason
– The Firm of Girdlestone by Arthur Conan Doyle
– The Trail to Yesterday by Charles Alden Seltzer