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Synonyms for quite

somewhat

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absolutely

Synonyms for quite

Synonyms for quite

to a degree (not used with a negative)

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of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative)

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Asfandyar, you were my student, quite mischevious yet an intelligent one.
I am actually quite upset, not with the manager, but that the aftermath has been a lot of people criticising Raheem Sterling for making quite a brave decision.
She added: "e ring is quite a statement though, that is some diamond.
There are signs of it throughout, we have scored some pretty good tries and played some pretty good rugby but we are not quite there.
We're quite a close-knit company so it's quite good to see how every site works," she said.
At first she was quite excited to think that she would be following me around.
2-litre 70bhp petrol unit which, although it has to be worked pretty hard, is quite a willing unit.
You have to put together quite a complex model to determine what is the grade and the value of each of those deposits that would make it economic.
Crandall says he cast Williams, 29, a member of Hubbard Street for six years, "partly because she had similar qualities to Cheryl--not quite tomboyish, but both tough and soft.
However, there are reasons you don't see too many of those movies now -- and they're the same reasons this game doesn't quite work.
Add to this hectic travel schedule a multitude of deadlines and other pressing demands, and I have quite a load of work that sits on my desk.
At first it seemed to me quite a stretch, even for a fiction, that Elvis Presley would take the time for a platonic correspondence with a 14-year-old girl, but Thomas makes this quite plausible.
Most Precision Selling targets are larger and often quite complex.
The second device is a graphic key, at first sight over-complicated but in fact easy to use, and quite good fun.