Partial Agreement Synonym

The old ruins of the castle – an imposing building that has been partially repaired – are described in Scott`s Waverley. It seemed that all the mass of fighters had partly fallen into the ground. But poor Markham had all the eloquence of a partially ruined man. As long as there is a profit, the state has the right to impose it; It may be unfairly, and in part, but the title is still there. The place, which could have been so full, was accepted by the diving writers in part and without capitalistic success. He had not long saved Lora, who had also been partly awakened by the shock of the wave that broke out. For now, he partially suspected the disaster and was riding a bike, but a look at the half-joke dispeled any doubts. Several times, he was knocked out and partially buried by shells. The capital of the kingdom of Lilliput seemed partly surrounded by a vast and melancholy campagna of beets.

Partly when attention is absorbed in any intensely interesting pursuit or study.

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