Used to indicate a particular interpretation of a statement or situation: in a sense, behavior cannot develop independently of the environment
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- But that general statement of principle is in one sense no help.
- It's amusing in one sense that you have to sing in English to become accepted.
- Perhaps it's not fashionable in one sense of the word, but it is devilishly stylish and perhaps rather reassuring to be outside of a box.
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