What is another word for if at all?

Pronunciation: [ɪf at ˈɔːl] (IPA)

The phrase "if at all" is usually used to express an element of doubt or uncertainty about the likelihood of something happening. There are many synonyms that can be used in its place, depending on the context and intended meaning of the sentence. Common alternatives include "if possible," "if feasible," "if necessarily," "if need be," and "if there is any chance." Other options might include "in the off chance," "in the event that," "assuming," or "granting that." By using alternative phrasing, writers can add nuance to their language and convey a clearer sense of what they mean.

Synonyms for If at all:

What are the hypernyms for If at all?

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

    utterance, interrogative adverb, Conditional phrase, Interrogative adverbial phrase, Interrogative expression, Phrasal construct.

Famous quotes with If at all

  • This source of corruption, alas, is inherent in the democratic system itself, and it can only be controlled, if at all, by finding ways to encourage legislators to subordinate ambition to principle.
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  • Good breeding differs, if at all, from high breeding only as it gracefully remembers the rights of others, rather than gracefully insists on its own rights.
    Thomas Carlyle
  • That's the thing about us lawyers - if at all possible, we will consume each other.
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  • Wealth stays with us a little moment if at all: only our characters are steadfast, not our gold.

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