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Lexicographical Neighbors of To What Degree

to the max
to the moon
to the north
to the point
to the point(p)
to the power of
to the quick
to the rescue
to the south
to the tee
to the tonsils
to the tune of
to the victor go the spoils
to thine own self be true
to this end
to what degree (current term)
to what do I owe the pleasure
to what end
to what extent
to whom it may concern
to whom this may concern
to windward
to wisse
to wit
toad frog
toad in the hole

Literary usage of To what degree

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1. The Law of Railways: Embracing Corporations, Eminent Domain, Contracts by Isaac Fletcher Redfield (1867)
"Illustration, from an English case, as to what degree of evidence will charge the owner of goods with knowledge of conditions inserted in the bill of lading ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1791)
"... of their grandmothers—to what degree of afcent it is not in my power to calculate. ... to what degree ..."

3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1898)
"It would be curious to know to what degree his internal sensibility enters into his acts, to what degree man yields to the blind impulse which leads him to ..."

4. The History of Rome by Livy (1888)
"On this occasion it appeared to what degree of violence anger can stimulate men ; for the Romans fought with such a desire of slaughter, rather than of ..."

5. The Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son by Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, Charles Strachey, Annette Calthrop (1901)
"The knowledge of the world will teach you to what degree you ought to show ce que vans vales. One must by no means, on one hand, be indifferent about it; ..."

6. Therapeutic Gazette (1891)
"... unless the section be very low, and noting if the pressure still rise and to what degree. Numerous experiments were made to decide this point ; but, ..."

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