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
Swahili for testimony—more or less describes how the platform has been used in places like Gaza, Afghanistan, Haiti, and now Chile.
The current Dyche side is in its second season in the top flight and is more or less assured of a third season already, having reached 40 points in March.
That's why my characters are more or less stick figures.
Huffman, on the other hand, has always looked more or less the same: bright-blue eyes, chipmunk teeth, and a thatch of blond hair.
That includes stool that’s runnier than usual, bowel movements that are more or less frequent than usual, and even irregular anal itching.
That’s because Earth is tilted on its axis with respect to the sun, so the top and bottom portions of the globe receive more or less sunlight at different times of the year, making the loss of daylight hours more pronounced.
Spring training stats are more or less meaningless, but Ohtani is off to a slow start in exhibition games stateside.
Kahlo's doll doppelgänger, however, seems to have just a few hairs above her nose at the brow line, making her look more or less like so many other Barbies.
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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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