Adverb(1) only a very short time before(2) almost not
(1) This, then, is not a rags to riches tale, but one of a treasure chest so scarcely concealed that the topsoil barely covered it.(2) Expectations, helpfully, could scarcely be lower.(3) Who could blame them, the wider world had scarcely heard of the British Virgin Islands.(4) Unfortunately you could scarcely hear them, but at least they looked to be having fun.(5) she had scarcely dismounted before the door swung open(6) her voice is so low I can scarcely hear what she is saying(7) The day was calm, so calm that there was scarcely a breath of air.(8) While it certainly addresses that trickiest of topics, it can scarcely be considered a novel, at least in any conventional sense of the term.(9) An acknowledged expert in finance, his budgets were received with scarcely a dissentient voice.(10) These days, it is scarcely legal to whisper ├ö├ç├┐Is there any more paper?├ö├ç├û(11) It is unfathomably silent on Broadway tonight; there's scarcely a car.(12) The argument in favour of local shops is scarcely heard.(13) In that moment he could scarcely breathe, and yet the air was filling his lungs like an inflated balloon, stretching them painfully.(14) Democrats in Boston tacitly acknowledged the potential power of this message as the word ├ö├ç├┐liberal├ö├ç├û was scarcely heard all week.(15) I heard the scarcely audible click of claws on the tiles: a step, then a hesitation.(16) That would suggest that the last books can scarcely have been written before the early years of Hadrian's reign, perhaps c. 120.
(1) scarcely ever :: ほとんど今までに
1. hardly ::
2. rarely ::
3. surely not ::
1. vastly ::
2. well ::
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