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you've been acting sort of funny all week
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Home will walk you through the typical steps of choosing a language, setting up the Wi-Fi, that sort of thing.
To get past 9-3 again — the Spartans’ record entering the Holiday Bowl next week against Washington State — Dantonio will have to identify and develop that sort of interior presence once more.
But this is sort of like blaming Toyota if your Uber is late.
Bringing that sort of trend into a game against a Ravens defense ranked third in wide receiver aFPA and first in quarterback aFPA doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence.
Maybe that sort of stuff doesn’t matter much to some fans, and that’s understandable.
Styles said that sort of attitude has changed in today’s WWE – thanks in part to his beloved Xbox.
The gesture was kind, but that sort of thing makes Kelvin uncomfortable.
None of those three are still Orioles, and the team hasn’t seen that sort of collective dominance from their rotation since.
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sort of Synonyms
Synonymsenough, kindly [chiefly Southern], kind of, like, moderately, more or less, pretty, quite, rather, relatively, something, somewhat, fairly
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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