Examples of more or less in a Sentence
the lot is 16 acres more or less
most couples in the survey said that they were more or less happy in their marriage
Recent Examples of more or less from the Web
This article, in my view, got more or less everything wrong.
However, Ford has managed little success and has remained — more or less — a two-car wonder in the Indian market.
Newly translated by Fiona Graham, 1947 compiles fragmented scenes from across time and space, ordered more or less chronologically.
The first version of Reddit worked more or less like a link aggregator.
May gathered her ministers at Chequers, the prime minister’s official country home, for an eight-hour meeting, and the BBC reports that they more or less agreed that the U.K. will stick to EU rules, but on its own terms.
The mission-critical first months of Spirt and Opportunity went off more or less without a hitch—almost every day, the rovers were returning fascinating new findings.
More errors may well emerge: where Mr Wolff heard conflicting accounts of the same event, he more or less admits to having picked his preferred version.
In this era of extreme polarization, Trump in the White House, is this year of activism resonating more or less?
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First Known Use of more or less
more or less Synonyms
after a fashion, somewhere about, somewhere around;
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