Sentence examples for slightly from high-quality English sources.

  • Got used to being slightly sad!

  • Both are round and slightly flattened with wispy roots.

  • “It tends to be slightly self-interested, very committed.”

  • It’s all slightly odd and slightly corrupt.

  • Allow to cool slightly while preparing the chocolate topping.

  • Shares of Tesla fell slightly in late trading following the release.

  • And the too young ones, firm and slightly sour, not yet softened by the sun.

  • The Republic measures infection rates slightly differently than Northern Ireland.

Use slightly in a sentence.

  • The bezels are slightly smaller and the aluminium band around the sides slightly more prominent.

  • Because the farmers need more land than labour, slightly higher rents deter them as forcefully as much lower wages attract them.

  • AWS grew slightly faster than Amazon's marketplace business in the fourth quarter, increasing sales 34% from the year-earlier period.

  • He also convinced the other investors to take slightly less stock, offering the first accelerator slightly more to get it to agree.

  • Future smartphones might be slightly faster, might have slightly longer battery life, or maybe they'll have slightly improved cameras.

  • However, the texture is slightly coarser, and these earplugs are slightly slower to return to their original shape after you roll them up to insert them into your ears.

  • This look and feel – slightly grubby, slightly childlike, slightly innocent, slightly weird – stuck with us, and became the template for the game’s user experience.

  • While my husband's job has a slightly higher market value than a quality child-minder, it's only slightly higher, and after the house payment and car payment, there would be little left if I weren't around.

slightly sentence examples

  • "This new research implies it will be slightly easier to fulfil the target of keeping global warming below two degrees - but with a big emphasis on 'slightly'," said Dr Chris Huntingford, a climate modeller at the UK's Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.

  • The final results would always match up similarly to its rival (generally slightly over-reporting, by comparison), but a few instances of tracking blackout when we were forced to slightly re-adjust was enough for us to lose our confidence slightly.

  • The latitudinal libration of the Moon occurs because its axis is tilted slightly, relative to the plane of its orbit around the Earth; this makes the Moon’s north and south poles apparently alternate in tipping slightly toward the Earth as the Moon moves through its orbit.

  • “This statement may lead the customer to believe that the interest rate on their term deposit may, should it renew automatically, vary slightly, just as interest rates on loans such as mortgages vary slightly, from time to time,” Asic said in its final report on the investigation.


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  • 2 sentence examples for slightly from The New Yorker
  • 5 sentence examples for slightly from BBC
  • 1 sentence examples for slightly from Independent
  • 2 sentence examples for slightly from The Economist
  • 5 sentence examples for slightly from Business Insider
  • 2 sentence examples for slightly from The Guardian
  • 1 sentence examples for slightly from New York Times
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  • 1 sentence examples for slightly from Encyclopedia Britannica
    There are 4 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for slightly is somewhat
  • • Relevant word or phrase for slightly is more or less
  • • Relevant word or phrase for slightly is slimly
  • • Relevant word or phrase for slightly is slenderly

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