Examples of mostly in a Sentence
the weather this month has been mostly mild
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The probes have mostly cleared him of any wrongdoing, though some are ongoing and none of them encompassed the soap opera.
At first, while Tillerson was still C.E.O., Exxon mostly cooperated with Schneiderman’s subpoena, turning over truckloads of documents to him.
While the mini-machine mostly mimics insect flight, there are stabilizing controllers to add a little boost.
No strangers to the public process of grief and debate, his family mostly kept silent as conspiracy theories and timelines of the events of 1963 were again front page news.
Skies are expected to be mostly clear and winds light, which are ideal conditions for frost to develop and kill sensitive plants.
Martin said the funds raised, which mostly come from $6 admission fees, help pay for travel expenses for choir and band students.
With mostly clear skies overnight, a hard freeze is expected for much of the area Sunday morning as temperatures fall between 25 to 28 degrees.
But the league also lost a huge marketing and exposure opportunity when the U.S. men’s national team – made up of mostly MLS players – failed to qualify for next year’s World Cup in Russia.
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First Known Use of mostly
Synonymsaltogether, basically, by and large, generally, largely, mainly, chiefly, overall, predominantly, primarily, principally, substantially
Related Wordsabout, more or less, most, much, near, nearly, next to, nigh, practically, some, virtually, well-nigh; approximately, broadly, plus or minus, roughly; commonly, frequently, generally, normally, ordinarily, typically, usually; incompletely, partially, partly, rather, somewhat
Near Antonymscompletely, entirely, fully, perfectly, thoroughly, totally, wholly; barely, hardly, just, marginally, minimally, scarcely; absolutely, categorically, unqualifiedly
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