One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A very great deal of.‘there's a world of difference between being alone and being lonely’
huge amount, vast amount, enormous amount, good deal, great deal, abundance, wealth, profusion, mountain, immensityView synonyms
- ‘Having the right pair to suit your feet and your activity can make the world of difference.’
- ‘A simple nod, a raise of the hand or a flash of headlights can make the world of difference.’
- ‘There is a world of difference between fact and opinion, and sometimes the two can get easily confused.’
- ‘I think there's a world of difference between an arranged marriage and a forced marriage.’
- ‘There will always be a world of difference in taste and texture between any farmed fish and its wild relation.’
- ‘I have been keeping myself to myself a bit recently, and it has actually done me the world of good.’
- ‘It takes very little effort to do this and it can make a world of difference to the people around them.’
- ‘I made good use of the pool and it made the world of difference to me and the baby.’
- ‘A rare flower can make a world of difference to the aroma, flavour and colour of honey.’
- ‘The association can rightly claim to have made a world of difference to many tragic young lives.’
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