Antonyms for the phrase "to a great degree" would include "to a small extent", "minimally", "slightly", "inadequately", "insufficiently", and "barely". These words convey the opposite of the idea that something is being done or felt to a great extent. Instead, they suggest that the action or emotion is weak or limited, and not fully realized. For instance, a person might say that they are only slightly interested in a particular topic, rather than being interested to a great degree. Similarly, a task might be considered minimally accomplished, indicating that it was not done to the fullest extent.
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- dry, pass up, underwhelm.