in a/one sense


: in one way : from one point of view
In one sense, he was correct.

Examples of in a/one sense in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web That’s not the case in the United States, where professional sports teams were organized as companies — in a sense, branch offices of a single company. Bruce Schoenfeld Robert Fass Anna Diamond David Mason, New York Times, 4 May 2024 That, in a sense, has been the driving force behind BossMan Dlow’s unique brand of trap music. C. Isaiah Smalls Ii, Miami Herald, 16 Apr. 2024 The triumph has been a long time coming, in one sense; the club was founded 120 years ago, in 1904, before the city of Leverkusen technically existed. Christopher F. Schuetze, New York Times, 13 Apr. 2024 Advertisement Millie, in a sense, is giving back to the program. Lila Seidman, Los Angeles Times, 11 Apr. 2024 And in one sense, this is so absurd because what in God’s name is the point? Leo Barraclough, Variety, 10 Apr. 2024 But your free labor pays him, in a sense, by increasing the value of his company. Morgan Meaker, WIRED, 9 Apr. 2024 Instilled with the real life protagonists own observations, the film also gains in a sense of authenticity. John Hopewell, Variety, 3 Apr. 2024 While the singer began his career during the mod era—which ushered in a sense of dressiness (cue: The Beatles and their suits)—Dylan has always favored a more casual sensibility. Christian Allaire, Vogue, 27 Mar. 2024

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