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Use "very much" in a sentence
"For those 25 percent of people around the world who do have a genetic predisposition to autoimmunity, it may not take very much exposure to cause cells to miscommunicate."
"At the time, I was very much under the influence of the short stories of Hemingway, and, subsequently, I got into a bar-brawl with a Frenchman, whose father was probably a leader in the resistance."
"Twombly profited from the global economy, and yet as an individual and an artist he was very much of a particular milieu, that of the American sophisticate in Europe although he hated the label "expatriate"."