every bit

  1. to the same degree (often followed by `as')
    sang as sweetly as a nightingale
    they were equally beautiful
    he is every bit as mean as she is
    birds were singing and the child sang as sweetly
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How To Use every bit In A Sentence

  • Not sure what a 'twofer' is, but if what you mean is that the '2050' scenario is ridiculous, then you're way into denial and every bit as susceptible to the blinkers of 'You Know You Are Right' as those you ridicule. John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...
  • The pitch, intonation, and speed of his voice are all over the map and make every bit of dialogue and catchphrase either hilarious or an assault on your eardrums.
  • Dede, if I tell you, flat and straight, that I'm going up to live on that ranch at Glen Ellen, that I ain't taking a cent with me, that I'm going to scratch for every bite I eat, and that I ain't going to play ary a card at the business game again, will you come along with me? Chapter XXII
  • Nothing will bring a romantic dreamer down to reality faster than the bug, and every biting insect seems to visit us in turn.
  • The most cherishable of Jay's recordings are two-disc sets which permit inclusion of virtually every bit of the show's score, as well as snippets of dialogue, overtures, entr'actes, incidental music, and underscoring.
  • Always enjoyable, Timothy Spall is fantastically weasel-like as the unmasked Peter Pettigrew, every bit as loathsome as can be expected.
  • Experiencing the rich legacy of Ingmar Bergman is every bit as exciting as the chance to view the Turner watercolours or hear Tony Bennett perform the great American songbook, and the retrospective is simply unmissable.
  • Dressed in a beige, linen Ermenegildo Zegna suit, he was every bit the suave, debonair businessman.
  • He was an elf of great bearing, every bit the chivalrous knight and mentor.
  • When the general acts with a fixed view, every bit of new information is interpreted in relation to that view, and emerging possibilities are missed.
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