Nominally and Way


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Nominally adverb – In a very small quantity or degree.
Way is an antonym for nominally.
Nearby Words: nominal, nominalist, nominalism
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Way adverb – To a great degree.
Usage example: “Oh, I'm just way thrilled to be here!” the pageant contestant gushed

Nominally is an antonym for way.
Antonyms for Way
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  • Wrestling / WSU The Giant: Alpha Female, brought in to stand in the way of the nominally banned Havok.
  • Then they haul it off to the Doctor's lab, where he works out a way to keep it nominally alive so the island won't crash out of the skies.
  • Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe In the Redwall series, some characters who are aristocrats in their respective societies or are at least nominally conservative have a very archaic way with words.
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Way or Nominally. 2016. Accessed March 01, 2021.

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