One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Very; very much.‘I am ever so grateful’‘she's ever such a pretty cat’‘thanks ever so’
very, extremely, exceedingly, exceptionally, especially, tremendously, immenselyView synonyms
- ‘Below me is a sea of clouds, as far as I can see, nothing but a gray lumpy mattress of thick vapor, moving ever so slowly.’
- ‘He said he thought it was brighter than normal, when I revealed my ever so subtle April Fool's trick!’
- ‘I feel ever so slightly guilty lighting up when someone's next to me eating.’
- ‘Through the years he has worked diligently on all aspects of his game and changed his emphasis ever so slightly.’
- ‘If I felt any kind of affection for them whatsoever, I'd be ever so much more impressed with it all.’
- ‘The ride back was incredibly easy, especially as it was ever so slightly uphill.’
- ‘Across a field is the Minster, little but ever so pretty and on everybody's list of favourite churches.’
- ‘I took the form back to the dole office and enquired, ever so politely, why they had filled it in incorrectly.’
- ‘I would be ever so chuffed if everyone reading this just leaves a comment.’
- ‘Well, they taste ever so much better than the ones for sale in supermarkets.’
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