to such an extent or degree; so (usually followed by that).
inasmuch (usually followed by as).
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How to use insomuch in a sentence
And he gave him no answer, not even to one word: insomuch that the governor marvelled greatly.His Last Week | William E. Barton
Molire was naturally of a reserved and taciturn temper; insomuch that his friend Boileau used to call him the Contemplateur.
insomuch that he was one of the greatest antiquarians of the age.English Book Collectors | William Younger Fletcher
insomuch that we exhorted Titus, that as he had made a beginning before, so he would also complete in you this grace also.Expositor's Bible: The Second Epistle to the Corinthians | James Denney
Take good heed that you fail not, insomuch as you fear to displease the king my son, and myself.History of the Rise of the Huguenots | Henry Baird
British Dictionary definitions for insomuch
(foll by as or that) to such an extent or degree
(foll by as) because of the fact (that); inasmuch (as)
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