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Slightly, to some degree and not completely

slightly

adverb

not very much, only a little

fairly

adverb

to some degree, but not completely or extremely

partly

adverb

to some degree, but not completely

somewhat

adverb

to some degree but not to a large degree

quite

adverb, predeterminer

fairly but not very

a little

to a small degree

mildly

adverb

slightly but not very

vaguely

adverb

slightly

pretty

adverb

fairly

a bit

slightly or a little

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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