Much-it in a sentence

The word "much-it" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of much-it and how to use it in a sentence.

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

I like this city very much-it is so clean.
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It won't bring much-it's small and the buildings are old.
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I shouldn't mind the earls s' much-it's the grand servants as would bother me.
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The words would not have bothered him much-it was the boy's manner.
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When I had earned so much,-it was a large sum, but I knew I should get it, and the priest encouraged me to think I should,-he said that my heart's desire would be accomplished.
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What it was you shall hear to-morrow night if the trolley car doesn't get off the track, but I'll let you know this much-it's going to be about the rooster trying to swim.
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Examples of Much-it

Example #1
The buildings in the upper part of the town are new, and in pleasant contrast to the lower portion, which looks so very old.
Example #2
I think, from walking about a great deal, that there must be many English people here; for they carry their country in their dress and manner.
Example #3
Mrs. Lynde advises me to sell the farm and board somewhere-with her I suppose.
Example #4
Every cent of our money went in that bank; and there's some notes Matthew gave last fall to pay.
Example #5
And then-O Peregrine-if ever I talked wrong or-acted wrong-not like a lady should-O Peregrine, would you be-ashamed o' me?
Example #6
Shall we-must we have-servants? MYSELF.