Basically and without regard for peripheral details; fundamentally: in detail the class system is complex but in essence it is simple
More example sentences
- Football, in essence, is competitive and it is important for the health of the game that it remains so.
- Because in essence, power is getting other people to accept your interpretation of things.
- They say that the mind works, in essence, like an enormously complicated algorithm.
basically, fundamentally, elementally, essentially, at bottom, at heart, primarily, principally, chiefly, firstly, predominantly, substantially, in substance, materially; above all, first of all, most of all, first and foremost; effectively, in effect, virtually, to all intents and purposes, intrinsically, inherently; Frenchau fond