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1‘policing the coastline all the time was well-nigh impossible’
almost, nearly, just about, about, more or less, practically, virtually, all but, as good as, next to, close to, near, nigh on, to all intents and purposes, approaching, bordering on, verging on, nearing
informal pretty nearly, pretty much, pretty well
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