What is another word for insomuch as?

Pronunciation: [ˈɪnsəmˌʌt͡ʃ az] (IPA)

Insomuch as is a phrase used to indicate the extent to which one idea or thing is related to or dependent on another. Synonyms for insomuch as include insofar as, to the extent that, to the degree that, as far as, to such an extent as, inasmuch as, in accordance with, pursuant to, and in relation to. These phrases are commonly used in academic writing, legal documents, and formal speeches where precision and clarity are essential. Understanding the nuances and different connotations of these phrases can help writers to communicate their ideas more effectively and make their arguments more convincing.

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

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  • Contrary to what you may assume, I am but an —that is, I don't make the mistake of thinking that the resultant of the natural forces surrounding and governing organic life will have any connexion with the wishes or tastes of any part of that organic life-process. Pessimists are just as illogical as optimists; insomuch as both envisage the aims of mankind as unified, and as having a direct relationship (either of frustration or of fulfilment) to the inevitable flow of terrestrial motivation and events. That is—both schools retain in a vestigial way the primitive concept of a conscious teleology—of a cosmos which gives a damn one way or the other about the especial wants and ultimate welfare of mosquitos, rats, lice, dogs, men, horses, pterodactyls, trees, fungi, dodos, or other forms of biological energy.
    H. P. Lovecraft

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