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How to use much-a in a sentence. Much-a pronunciation.

His loving Mary V had said too much-a common mistake.
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And then he went on to tell of a far better way to get rid of the burden that meddlesome men brought on themselves by reading that book too much-a far better and swifter way than attempting the wicket-gate.
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I was very much touched by his goodness, Pen,-and made a clean breast of it to his lordship; who at first would not hear of my coming to this place-and offered me out of the purse of an old brother-schoolfellow and an old brother soldier as much-as much as should last me my time.
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The whole gathering had given itself up to the disputation, Lady Sunderbund, an actress, a dancer-though she, it is true, did not say very much-a novelist, a mechanical expert of some sort, a railway peer, geniuses, hairy and Celtic, people of no clearly definable position, but all quite unequal to the task of maintaining that air of reverent vagueness, that tenderness of touch, which is by all Anglican standards imperative in so deep, so mysterious, and, nowadays, in mixed society at least, so infrequent a discussion.
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He is-I may tell you so much-a Councillor of the Supreme Court.
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Mouser wasn't going to inconvenience himself for the best dog in Christendom; so, on the advent of the terrier, he merely hopped from the front of the stove to the top, where he frizzled his feet and fizzed at his enemy, without risking the danger of catching an influenza, as he might otherwise have done if he had sought refuge elsewhere out in the cold. Aye, for it was cold; and many was the time, when, rubbing their tingling fingers, both the widow and Lorischen pitied the hardships to which poor Fritz was exposed in the field, almost feeling angry and ashamed at themselves for being comfortable when he had to endure so much-as they knew from all the accounts published in the newspapers of the sufferings which the invading armies had to put up with, although Fritz himself made light of his physical grievances.
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Only I am sure that I did not appear to value your confidence very much-a little while ago.
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Nothing much-a soup, some rye bread, peas, and lettuce, but, if they would condescend, he, Fabiani, would be highly honored.
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And I'm cock sure of it," said old Tom, rolling himself along the deck to the cabin hatch "that I've as much-as I can stagger-under, at all events-so I'll sing myself to sleep-'cause why-I'm happy.
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Examples of Much-a

Example #1
What she should have done was confine her letter to a ten-word message, and tear the message up.
Example #2
And if being a nice sensible boy meant that he was to apologize to the sheriff and say pretty please to Sudden, the chance of Johnny's ever being nice and sensible was extremely remote.
Example #3
That was so true that it made the pilgrim look up.
Example #4
Worldly-Wiseman did not fall foul of the Book indeed, but he fell all the more foul of those who meddled with matters they had not a head for.
Example #5
Fancy the state of mind of the man who worked it-as alone, day after day, he devised and drew those dreadful figures!
Example #6
Suppose in the days of the Olympian dynasty, the subdued Titan rebels had been set to ornament a palace for Jove, they would have brought in some such tremendous work: or suppose that Michael descended to the Shades, and brought up this picture out of the halls of Limbo.