Example sentences for: degrees

How can you use “degrees” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • There are degrees of knowledge, of course.

  • It recognizes degrees of the syndrome rather than the previously described total loss of mentality.

  • Design features Site selection depends on program diversity, cannot be used with highly diverse programs; best, worst, representative, typical, or cluster bases appropriate; must keep number of cases manageable or risk becoming minisurvey, can use survey before or after to check generalizability or mix survey with concurrent case studies selected for special purposes; data rely on observation and structured materials, often combine qualitative and quantitative data; analysis uses varying degrees of formalization around emergent or predetermined themes; reports are usually thematic and describe site differences and explain these; variation in degree of integration of data across sites and of findings from different methods

  • It was cloudy, the temperature never got above 45 degrees Fahrenheit and, after listening to Gene proselytize about postal reform, I tried to enlist!

  • The binding energy function implemented in icm is partitioned into three terms: the hydrophobic, or cavity term, that accounts for the variation of water/non-water interface area, the electrostatic term, composed of the coulombic interactions and desolvation of partial charges calculated by the boundary elements method, and the entropic term, that results from the decrease in the conformational freedom of functional groups buried upon complexation [ 20 ] . A constant term also present in the energy function, that accounts for the change of entropy of the system due to the decrease of free molecules concentration and the loss of rotational/translational degrees of freedom, was omitted, and only differences in the binding energies of the ligands are accurate.

How many words do you know? Try our free vocabulary size test!


Search for example sentences

Loading Loading...