ever so

  1. (intensifier for adjectives) very
    she was ever so friendly
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How To Use ever so In A Sentence

  • By coming so close to earth, the gravitational field will alter its trajectory ever so slightly.
  • Ever so a person, can in order to my every move and happy or frustrated for a long time.
  • And I cajoled and caroused and codingled a steak dinner from her if she ever sold this novel. November 17th, 2009
  • That said, they are still out to pummel, and their singer's caterwaul has never sounded more throat-shredding.
  • And yet ever so simple, just hard-boiled eggs soaked overnight in beet juice. Archive 2005-03-01
  • A CALM employee said that he had never solely regarded the forests as a source of timber.
  • She raised her small gloved fist, yawned ever so gently, tiptapping her small gloved fist on her opening mouth and smiled tinily, sweetly. Ulysses
  • Whenever something fell or moved, she'd jump in surprise.
  • What train of wives and concubines was ever so ignominiously placed as the extra husbands carried among the scales of the careful female cirriped, lest she lose one or two! Women and Economics: A Study of the Economic Relation Between Men and Women as a Factor in Social Evolution
  • He was very refined in his conversation -- at least, what I call refined -- for he was one of those persons in whose society one is comfortable from the certainty that they will never say anything which can shock other people, or hurt their feelings, be they ever so fastidious or sensitive. Life of Charles Dickens
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