What is another word for ever so much?

17 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ˈɛvə sˈə͡ʊ mˌʌt͡ʃ], [ ˈɛvə sˈə‍ʊ mˌʌt‍ʃ], [ ˈɛ_v_ə s_ˈəʊ m_ˌʌ_tʃ]

Ever so much is a colloquial expression that means a great deal. There are several other synonyms for this phrase, such as tremendously, exceedingly, greatly, enormously, extremely, very much, immensely, and hugely. Tremendously is perfect when talking about something that is enormous in size or intensity. Exceedingly is ideal when referring to something that is beyond what is considered normal. Greatly and enormously can be employed when talking about something significant in quantity or degree. On the other hand, extremely is for something that is intense or high in degree. Very much and immensely can be used when referring to something that is considerable in amount. Finally, hugely is for something that is significant in impact.

Synonyms for Ever so much:

What are the hypernyms for Ever so much?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Ever so much

  • No man was ever so much deceived by another as by himself.
    Greville
  • The first of a thousand lies. Truth flowed to Micah Quill, was sucked in and disappeared, and emerged again looking ever so much like it used to, but changed subtly, at the edges, where none would notice, so that simple truth became a complicated fabric indeed, one that could wrap you up so tightly and close you off from the air until you suffocated in it.
    Orson Scott Card
  • Funny how we think of romance as always involving two, when the romance of solitude can be ever so much more delicious and intense.
    Tom Robbins
  • And Charlie asked questions! His unease had long since disappeared, and two of his most deep-dyed characteristics took over: one, the result of his omnivorous, undisciplined, indefatigable reading and picking of brains; second, the great gaping holes this had left in his considerable body of knowledge. Both appeared far more drastic than he had heretofore known; he knew ever so much more than he knew he knew, and he had between five and seven times as much misinformation and ignorance than he had ever dreamed.
    Theodore Sturgeon

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