Synonym: in a sense, in some respects. Similar words: turn away, in a word, once in a while, away, get away, award, await, die away. Meaning: adv. 1. in some respects 2. from some points of view.
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(1) He looked at her in a way she found oddly disturbing.
(2) He studied her in a way that made her very self-conscious.
(3) She criticised my writing, but in a way that was very constructive - I learned a lot from her.
(4) Radiation may damage cells in a way that was previously unforeseen.
(5) You should dress in a way that befits a woman of your position.
(6) He orders his assistants around in a way that is very offensive.
(7) It made things very unpleasant in a way.
(8) In a way they played a vanguard role.
(9) In a way, I suppose I'm frightened of failing.
(10) In a way it was one of our biggest mistakes.
(11) In a way, I'm glad you made that mistake, for it will serve as a warning to you.
(12) In Istanbul, East and West fuse together in a way that is fascinating to observe.
(13) The scheme rebounded on her in a way she had not expected.
(14) He comported himself in a way that won him respect.
(15) We now travel round the world in a way previously undreamt - of.
(16) They must behave in a way which will be socially acceptable.
(17) She was afraid in a way that was quite new to her.
(18) Her behavior wounded him in a way he did not really understand.
(19) Skinny means very thin, often in a way that is not attractive:a skinny little kid.
(20) He was smiling in a way I found very irritating .
(21) He dresses in a way that lets everyone know he's got authority.
(22) She emerges as a full, three-dimensional character in a way that few horror genre heroines ever do. Sentencedict.com
(23) The book puts across complex ideas in a way anyone can understand.
(24) In a way it helped ease the guilt.
(25) In a way, nuclear disarmament makes matters worse.
(26) Happiness, in a way, is the biggest challenge.
(27) In a way, it elides it.
(28) In a way the forest was like a chapel.
(29) For to be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others. Nelson Mandela
(30) What he wants is a switch to a market economy in a way which does not reduce people's standard of living. To many this sounds like wanting to have his cake and eat it.
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