We see the government of God over the world is hidden, insomuch as it seemeth to participate of much irregularity and confusion.
insomuch that I could not say anything in his favour, even when I saw him.
But God capriciously decided he had other plans for her—insomuch as decreeing she was not to be let go then.
All these things they had written in the Greeke toong, insomuch that Wolf.
The next tale differs from the preceding, insomuch that the seductive advances of the Fairies failed in their object.
insomuch, that many of them contrive it, and cast about secretly how they may accomplish it.
Its habits are peculiar, insomuch that it goes to water at so late an hour that it is almost impossible to see them.
We were exceedingly happy, insomuch that our joy could not easily be expressed.
And they were all amazed, insomuch that they questioned among themselves, saying, What thing is this?
Moreover, I beg your pardon, insomuch as I have been slow to unravel your meaning.
late 14c. as a phrase; tending to be run together from 16c.