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Sentence count:238+25Posted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: aboutall butalmostjust aboutmostnearnearlynighwell-nighSimilar words: virtualby virtue ofactuallyeventuallymutualritualactualmutualismMeaning: ['vɜrtʃəlɪ /'vɜːt-]  adv. 1. in essence or effect but not in fact 2. (of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished. 
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(31) This new material is virtually unbreakable.
(32) The area has remained virtually unchanged in fifty years.
(33) The two rooms were virtually identical.
(34) By midnight I was virtually comatose.
(35) Demand for health care appears virtually unlimited.
(36) This word has virtually dropped out of usage today.
(37) For many years prices have remained virtually unchanged.
(38) The human spirit is virtually indestructible.
(39) Valentino was virtually deified by legions of female fans.
(40) It's virtually impossible to meet the weekly sales targets.
(41) The author is virtually unknown outside Poland.
(42) Mike's chances of winning are virtually zero.
(43) Its vineyards are virtually contiguous with those of Ausone.
(44) A generation ago,( home computers were virtually unknown.
(45) The issue was virtually ignored by the popular press.
(46) The approach has virtually ended cigarette sales to minors.
(47) The strike has virtually paralysed the island.
(48) Local production virtually eliminates transport costs.
(49) Polio has been virtually eradicated in Brazil.
(50) For him, music and lyrics are virtually indivisible.
(51) He virtually admitted he was guilty.
(52) The sound is virtually undetectable to the human ear.
(53) It has remained virtually unchanged since time immemorial.
(54) His long periods abroad left the family virtually fatherless.
(55) The company's shares are now virtually worthless shares.
(56) He was virtually unknown before running for office.
(57) She claims that the operating risks are virtually nil.
(58) The city has virtually no mass transit.
(59) Virtually all students will be exempt from the tax.
(60) From a lay viewpoint the questionnaire is virtually incomprehensible.
More similar words: virtualby virtue ofactuallyeventuallymutualritualactualmutualismannuallysexuallygraduallyvirusdirtskirtT-shirtstart updeparturegive birthfortunatelyopportunityenvironmentalsituationaccentuatesexualcasualvisualmanualannualunusualas usual
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