Word "MUCH" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
frequently or in great quantities
Synonyms:
a great deal, often
Examples:
I don't drink much
I don't travel much

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
(degree adverb used before a noun phrase) for all practical purposes but not completely
Synonyms:
practically
Examples:
much the same thing happened every time

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
to a very great degree or extent
Synonyms:
a good deal, a great deal, a lot, lots, very much
Examples:
we enjoyed ourselves very much
she was very much interested

Crossword Clues for MUCH

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Clue Source Date
'This is just too ___!' USA Today 03 Aug 2022
A lot of Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2022
'That Don't Impress Me ___' (Shania Twain song) USA Today 03 Jul 2022
A lot The Guardian Quick 22 Apr 2022
"How ___ will it hurt?" Family Time 18 Apr 2022
Very The Guardian Quick 08 Mar 2022
The 'M' in TMI USA Today 01 Mar 2022
See 15 Across The Guardian Weekend 23 Oct 2021
A large amount Universal 11 Apr 2021
A lot of Thomas Joseph 03 Dec 2020
A great deal The Times Concise 16 Sep 2020
A lot USA Today 11 Sep 2020
''__ obliged'' (''Thank you'') Newsday 21 Jul 2020
Greatly The Washington Post 03 Jun 2020
Greatly LA Times Daily 03 Jun 2020
Significantly New York Times 22 Mar 2020
... A small amount New York Times 24 Oct 2019
Quite a lot of Wall Street Journal 30 Sep 2019
"___ Ado About Nothing" Universal 16 Aug 2019
Appreciably Wall Street Journal 28 Feb 2019
"___ Ado About Nothing"
Quite a lot of
Appreciably
Greatly Newsday 25 Dec 2018
Oodles Newsday 29 Jul 2018
A great deal Newsday 27 Apr 2018
Oodles Eugene Sheffer 01 Jan 2018
A whole lot Newsday 01 Feb 2017
A large quantity Family Time 25 Dec 2016
Often LA Times Daily 04 Nov 2016
Scads Universal 24 Oct 2016
Too ___ homework Family Time 18 Sep 2016
"__ obliged!" LA Times Daily 18 Apr 2016
"___ obliged!" Universal 04 Mar 2016
Often
'___ obliged!' The Chronicle of Higher Education 04 Dec 2015
Miller's son gets great deal The Times Cryptic 03 Nov 2015
A lot New York Times 29 Oct 2015
"___ Ado About Nothing" USA Today 01 Sep 2015
A whole lot
A lot
"Don't know ___, but I know I love you"
"___ Ado About Nothing"
"___ obliged!"
Plenty of
Considerably
Lots of
"Thank you very ___"
A whole lot
Often
A whole lot
A whole lot
Little's opposite
"__ obliged!"
Largely
Greatly
Little's opposite
"__ obliged!"
A great deal
Tons of
A lot
'-- obliged!'
A good deal
"__ Ado About Nothing"
"__ obliged!"
"__ Ado About Nothing"
Lots of
A great deal
Very __ (a lot)
Frequently
A great deal
A whole bunch
Great quantity
"How ___ is that doggie in the window?"
To a great degree
Often
Greatly
"How ___?"
"__ Ado About Nothing"
"Don't Get Around ___ Anymore"
A great deal
Abundant
Large quantity
A lot
Abundant
Considerably
"___ obliged!"
A large quantity
"How _____ is that doggie in the window?"
"___ Ado About Nothing"
Often
Great quantity
A whole lot
"___ Ado About..."
Lots of
Frequently
"___ have I travel'd . . . ": Keats
Great amount
With 48 Across, tempest in a teapot
"___ Ado About Nothing"
A lot
Start of a Shakespearean title
Loads
Great deal
Goodly amount
Greatly.
A great deal.
To a high degree.
A great amount.
Great in quantity.
Goodly amount.
First word in a Shakespeare title.
___ Ado About Nothing.
Lots of
A great quantity of
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