Examples of relatively in a Sentence
these newly acquired in-laws felt relatively comfortable at our family reunion
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Development of the Tesla truck will begin after completion of the Tesla Model Y, a crossover SUV that could radically change the fortunes of the relatively young company.
While the National Gallery's Fayum portrait is in relatively good condition, experts had questions about it that could not be answered by simply observing the work with the naked eye: What types of pigments were used by the ancient artist?
Because of that reality, relatively few lookouts are open to the public.
With his irreverent wit, Swingle cut a wide swath through the local Twitter world despite his relatively few (871) followers.
The Falcons paid plenty of attention to Alvin Kamara, so the rookie running back stayed relatively tame, finishing with 12 carries for 32 yards and seven receptions for 58.
VerCauteren said, noting that the material acts relatively quickly to kill hogs painlessly.
Many observers have noted that the conversation and debate around the election has focused almost entirely on men’s soccer, and relatively little on women’s soccer.
But for all their attractiveness, relatively little is known about snowy owls.
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First Known Use of relatively
Synonymsenough, kindly [chiefly Southern], kind of, like, moderately, more or less, pretty, quite, rather, fairly, something, somewhat, sort of
Related Wordsacceptably, decently, passably, tolerably; little, negligibly, nominally, slightly, vaguely; half, halfway, incompletely, part, partially, partly, partway
Near Antonymsawfully, beastly, deadly, especially, exceedingly (also exceeding), exceptionally, extremely, frightfully, greatly, heavily, highly, hugely, mightily, mortally, particularly, surpassingly, terribly, very; considerably, extensively, significantly, substantially
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