to a lesser extent

  1. used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs
    less expensive
    less interesting
    less quickly
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How To Use to a lesser extent In A Sentence

  • To a lesser extent, the jaw depressors (mainly digastric, geniohyoid and lateral pterygoid muscles) were examined.
  • Forcible conscription of adults and children continued, although children were conscripted to a lesser extent than in the previous year.
  • The other squash we know and like is pumpkin, a winter squash used almost exclusively for pie in our country and to a lesser extent for baked goods such as breads, cakes and cookies.
  • Fructose, aka levulose, found naturally in fruits and, to a lesser extent, vegetables, is the sweetest of all sugars.
  • In Harare and Bulawayo and to a lesser extent in rural areas, there are many training centers.
  • English and to a lesser extent Scottish aristocratic society were indeed notably fluid in the aftermath of the bouleversement of 1066.
  • The devolution of political power to Scotland, and to a lesser extent to Wales, has changed the political landscape.
  • Exceptionally well-crystallized zinc-bearing rhodonite was a locally abundant gangue mineral at Franklin and, to a lesser extent, Sterling Hill, Sussex County, New Jersey.
  • Substantial quantities of RME (rape methyl esters) are produced in the European Union and to a lesser extent in North America. Chapter 9
  • The overwhelming causes of poverty in rural areas were low pay and to a lesser extent old age and widowhood.
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