Alternative terms for "To a lesser degree"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of To A Lesser Degree

to a T
to a fare-thee-well
to a fare-you-well
to a fare thee well
to a fare you well
to a fault
to a fine fare-thee-well
to a great extent
to a greater extent
to a hair
to a higher degree
to a higher place
to a lesser degree (current term)
to a lesser extent
to a lower place
to a man
to a nicety
to a tee
to a tittle
to a tolerable degree
to a turn
to advantage
to all intents and purposes
to an adequate degree
to an extent
to and again
to and fro

Literary usage of To a lesser degree

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1. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"Morphine and to a lesser degree codeine are sedative or depressant, ... morphine is a dilator to a lesser degree, codeine still less so and the other ..."

2. Principles of Bacteriology by Arthur Alexander Eisenberg (1918)
"... blood serum of a rabbit injected with the typhoid will agglutinate not only the typhoid bacilli but also, to a lesser degree, ie, in lower dilutions, ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The very fact that other conjugated olefins such as the sulfone and to a lesser degree the nitrile react to give the anti- Markovnikov orientation ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... to a ' lesser degree, than the Ruthenians. In Bohemia and Moravia, however, there are large minorities of Germans which constitute about 36 per cent of ..."

5. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North, William M. Schuyler (1915)
"Professor Park points out that the Negro as a domestic slave and to a lesser degree as an agricultural slave was rapidly assimilated by the white race in ..."

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