Much-i in a sentence

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

And-as you and Miss Harland wish it so much-I will certainly come.
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I recognised their tender, half-entreating, half-commanding gaze,-I knew the little fleeting, wistful smile which said so little and yet so much-I felt that the striving, ambitious spirit of this man had sought mine as the help and completion of his own uplifting, and that I had misunderstood him and turned from him at the crucial moment when all might have been well.
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You ask what effect studying species has had on my variation theories; I do not think much-I have felt some difficulties more.
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But he can't have done very much-I don't believe he had the time.
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Besides, somehow or other, as I am so dependent upon my father,-and he has said as much,-I feel as if it would be mean in me to make any excuses.
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He said that the difference between men isn't very much,-I mean what makes one man succeed and another man fail.
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Mary, while she sipped her bitter tea a little later, "how much-I suppose precious things cost a great deal, don't they?
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And at last-inasmuch as she loved me very much-I broke up her home, her life, her honour, she was separated from her children.
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Ludicrous as I must have appeared, this was too much,-I felt a giddiness coming over me, my brain reeled, my hold relaxed, and the next instant I had fallen to the ground, where all consciousness left me.
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He inquired how much-I asked him four times the price of the other wines.
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I have been through much-I have suffered much, but I have won two great laurel wreaths beyond thirty.
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But it is too much-I cannot do it.
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This was certainly a very simple play, but the children enjoyed it ever so much-I mean all but vain Master Woggs, who was so greatly displeased because he was not chosen one of the leaders, that he said there was no fun at all in the whole thing.
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Examples of Much-i

Example #1
Many of their doomed patients have recovered in spite of their verdict.
Example #2
They are not always infallible.
Example #3
And I studied his picture long and earnestly, so moved by its aspect that I found myself talking to it softly as though it were a living thing.
Example #4
Long long ago, in centuries that had proved like mere days down the vista of time, the Soul in those blue eyes had looked love into mine!
Example #5
On the other hand, I have been struck (and probably unfairly from the class) with the variability of every part in some slight degree of every species.
Example #6
At last I am going to press with a small poor first-fruit of my confounded Cirripedia, viz.