Examples of relatively in a Sentence
these newly acquired in-laws felt relatively comfortable at our family reunion
Recent Examples of relatively from the Web
But the agency that conducted the four-day enforcement operation, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has experienced relatively few line-of-duty deaths and assaults, federal records show.
The larger answer: Because relatively few of them were allowed to make such a mark on society in their own time.
Taylor had touted Scherer's endorsement, one of relatively few Taylor has received, in a December 2017 tweet.
Advocates say relatively few people have obtained the cards because of the long wait needed to get them through county health departments and asked that a regular doctor’s recommendation suffice.
But for an important one such as this to be kept under wraps for so long, without a leak, suggests that relatively few senior officials were involved.
Compared with the hundreds of thousands of schools that dot the nation, current efforts to protect schools or individual classrooms from an attack are relatively few.
That’s one of the reasons relatively few buyers opt for the factory pickup.
Florida has relatively few restrictions on gun ownership.
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First Known Use of relatively
awfully, beastly, deadly, especially, exceedingly (also exceeding), exceptionally, extremely, frightfully, greatly, heavily, highly, hugely, mightily, mortally, particularly, surpassingly, terribly, very;
a bit, after a sort, a little, a mite, a tad, a touch, of sorts (or of a sort), to a degree;
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Definition of relatively for English Language Learners
: when compared to others
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