every bit


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to the same degree (often followed by 'as')

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Let the breakfast wait, sweep up every bit of it, and then throw the damned lot overboard
But them roses as has climbed all over it will near hide every bit o' th' dead wood when they're full o' leaves an' flowers.
Now for number three: you unwound every bit of the worsted while I wasn't looking!
Ne'er heed me, Seth," said Wiry Ben, "y' are a down-right good- hearted chap, panels or no panels; an' ye donna set up your bristles at every bit o' fun, like some o' your kin, as is mayhap cliverer.
What will you give me if I'll tell you every bit about it?
The Alps and the glaciers together are able to take every bit of conceit out of a man and reduce his self-importance to zero if he will only remain within the influence of their sublime presence long enough to give it a fair and reasonable chance to do its work.
I guess they're every bit as good," retorted Peter.
Harry has lost his long curls; but he can never lose those eyes and eyelashes, and that fine, bold brow, that flushes with triumph, as he answers, "I did it, every bit of it, myself, father; and nobody helped me
He's told some stretchers, I reckon, and I said I wouldn't swallow it all; and that's every bit and grain I DID say.
They do the same, and as their tongues are the sharpest, you fellows get the worst of it, for you are as silly as they, every bit.
Could we but find time and opportunity and utilize the last bit and every bit of the unborn life that is in us, we could become the fathers of nations and populate continents.
It is not for nothing that this man has come to the house of Ulysses; I believe the light has not been coming from the torches, but from his own head--for his hair is all gone, every bit of it.
Here was a population, low-class and mostly foreign, hanging always on the verge of starvation, and dependent for its opportunities of life upon the whim of men every bit as brutal and unscrupulous as the old-time slave drivers; under such circumstances immorality was exactly as inevitable, and as prevalent, as it was under the system of chattel slavery.
The girl's every bit as infatuated as he is--for which I blame him.
Some of your revolutionary friends' effusions are written in a CHARABIA every bit as incomprehensible as Chinese - " Mr Vladimir let fall disdainfully a grey sheet of printed matter.