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Antonyms for quite aquite a

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. quite, quite a, quite anadverb

    of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative)

    "her victory was quite something"; "she's quite a girl"; "quite a film"; "quite a walk"; "we've had quite an afternoon"

    Synonyms:
    quite, rather, quite an

How to use quite a in a sentence?

  1. Kjetil Bakken:

    These projects were already on the watch list before the oil price started dropping and there has been quite a debate about both of them for a long time, on Castberg it's possible to bring the breakeven price down to around $60 per barrel.

  2. Michael Kozak:

    I think we make quite a distinction between political leaders being able to speak out and say, 'That story was not accurate,' or using even stronger words sometimes, and using state power to prevent the journalists from continuing to do their work.

  3. Ron Avi Astor:

    They impact strongly the schools, not only in the host countries but in the receiving countries, we hear about that in the field quite a bit, that it's not just about the bullying piece, it's about integrating the various cultures.

  4. Dave Bronson:

    We've referenced the Star of David quite a bit here tonight, but there was a formal message that came out within Jewish culture about that and the message was,' Never again.' That's an ethos. And that's what that star really means is,' We will not forget. This will never happen again.' And I think us borrowing that from them is actually a credit to them.

  5. Yuu Wakebe:

    It is actually a worker's right to take paid vacations, but working in Japan involves quite a lot of a volunteer spirit.

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