Much-to-be-said Sentence Examples
There is much to be said in favour of the view entertained by some entomologists that the structural and developmental characteristics of may-flies are sufficiently peculiar to warrant the formation for them of a special order of insects, for which the names Agnatha, Plectoptera and Ephemeroptera have been proposed.
As to Gentz's private life there is not much to be said.
Of KatO there is not much to be said.
In view of historical and geographical facts there is much to be said for applying the name Mesopotamia to the country drained by the Khabur, the Belikh, and the part of the Euphrates connected therewith.
There was, however, much to be said in its favour.Advertisement
There was, however, much to be said for the suppression of these figures, the publication of which would have put fresh heart into the enemy and given them valuable information as to the effect of the submarine campaign.
There was much to be said for the theory of the king as to the relations between church and state; he was indeed only carrying on in.
Some authorities place them in this group and there is much to be said in support of the close relationship implied.
And, again, when one perceives the tendency to look upon the alleged ancestor or weli as an almost divine being, there is much to be said for the view that the patriarchal figures were endowed by popular opinion with divine attributes.
The use of the historical method has, in fact, raised more reputations than it has destroyed, because by keeping carefully in view the conditions in which economic works have been written, it has shown that many theories hastily condemned as unsound by a priori critics had much to be said for them atthe time when they were propounded.Advertisement
After a ten or twelve hour day, there is much to be said about convenience.
There's much to be said for both shopping on a budget and thinking outside the traditional diamond ring guidelines.
Whatever your reasons, there is much to be said about Virgo and Aries relationships!
While kanji is the most popular form of tattoo in the world, there is much to be said for other types of symbolic Japanese ink.