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Not nearly.‘he's nowhere near as popular as he used to be’
off target, off the mark, wide of the mark, wide of the target, inaccurate, off course, astray, nowhere near, outView synonyms
- ‘The point is, there's nowhere near enough of this kind of high class entertainment.’
- ‘The evidence for a causal link between video games and violence is nowhere near as solid as Grossman maintains.’
- ‘What one thinks is certainly important, but nowhere near as important as how one thinks.’
- ‘They enjoy nowhere near as much support in Scotland as they do in England.’
- ‘My father lost his job and the dole payment was minute - nowhere near enough to live on.’
- ‘He wasn't satisfied with that, though, oh no, nowhere near satisfied with that.’
- ‘It is still quite a big car, although nowhere near as heavy, and offers plenty of ride performance and comfort.’
- ‘Thursday night was nowhere near as bad as what I had thought it would be.’
- ‘Kenny is nowhere near having a settled team for what is the biggest task of his managerial career.’
- ‘It was pretty good, although nowhere near as tasty as the dinner Jenny and Stefan made for us.’
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