insomuch

[in-suh-muhch, -soh-]
adverb
1.
to such an extent or degree; so (usually followed by that ).
2.
inasmuch (usually followed by as ).

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; orig. phrase in so much

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insomuch (ˌɪnsəʊˈmʌtʃ)
 
adv (foll by as or that)
1.  to such an extent or degree
2.  (foll by as) because of the fact (that); inasmuch (as)

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Example sentences
The father could not forbear weeping aloud, insomuch that in the agonies of his grief the seat shook under him.
But the next day the saint's strength began entirely to fail him, insomuch that he was no longer able to attend business.
Insomuch as the physicians of record have identified etiological causes for the
  skin disorders, they cannot be due.
Insomuch as this error is repeatable and measurable, it can be mapped and
  corrected.
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