Definition of To no degree

1. Adverb. In no manner. "They are nowise different"

Exact synonyms: Nowise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of To No Degree

to death
to die for
to do with
to each his own
to each one
to err is human
to go
to hand
to hell in a handbasket
to hell with
to infinite
to it
to leeward
to my knowledge
to n decimal places
to no degree (current term)
to one's heart's content
to one's knowledge
to one's liking
to one's mind
to one ear
to order
to perfection
to pieces
to rights
to save one's life
to say nothing of
to say the least
to scale
to some extent

Literary usage of To no degree

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United (1813)
"That they might be men feeling no degree of prejudice and subjected to no degree of improper influence in the case, they were selected from churches ..."

2. Phi Delta Kappan by Phi Delta Kappa (1912)
"... in the essentials of religion open to all students, and that this curriculum, leading to no degree, can be reasonably expanded in the near future. ..."

3. The Christian Examiner (1838)
"Such assumptions have been confined to no period of civilization, to no degree of intellectual advancement, to neither sex. To decide upon their claims is ..."

4. The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: With a Life of the Martyrologist, and by John Foxe, George Townsend (1843)
"lint whosoever shall be noised or proved to be of this wickedness, if he be of a religious order, he shall from thenceforth be promoted to no degree of ..."

5. The Christian Examiner and General Review edited by Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware (1838)
"Such assumptions have been confined to no period of civilization, to no degree of intellectual advancement, to neither sex. To decide upon their claims is ..."

6. Water Rights in the Western States: The Law of Prior Appropriation of Water by Samuel Charles Wiel (1911)
"... a deterioration which must be submitted to in favor of other riparian use to a reasonable degree, but to no degree at all in favor of ..."

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