sort of

adverb

Definition of sort of 

: to a moderate degree : somewhat

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Examples of sort of in a Sentence

you've been acting sort of funny all week

First Known Use of sort of

1790, in the meaning defined above

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sortita

sortition

sortment

sort of

sort out

sort-out

sort through

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The first known use of sort of was in 1790

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