Muchwhat

Much´what`


adv.1.Nearly; almost; much.
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But leisure matters just as muchwhat we choose to do when the work clock stops running tells us a lot about what sort of nation we are.
It wasn't so muchwhat Stourbridge did as what we didn't.
But Locke's idea of labor encompasses the mind as well as the body.(9) Thinking is a labor as surely as is physical exertion: "Man's power and its way of Operation [are] muchwhat [sic] the same in the Material and Intellectual World" (Essay 1975, II, 12, 1).(10) It is only by "Industry and Labor of Thought" that the frontiers of knowledge may be expanded (Essay IV, 3, 6).