Grammar Patterns

with N

Nouns with other meanings

There are a number of other nouns which have this pattern.
Slowly and with difficulty, she washed and dressed.
Employees who, with effect from 1 June, have completed over one year's continuous employment may have a potential claim for unfair dismissal if they lose their jobs.
With one exception, all the films here are American made.
Between 1974 and 1979 they saw each other with increasing frequency.
With hindsight I can see it was a mistake.
With luck he'll be fit for Thursday but, if the match was today, he would have no chance.
'With respect, sir,' Tyler said, 'that wasn't quite the point I was trying to make.'
You may strike the ball too firmly, with the result that the ball runs way past the hole.
Her offer invariably was declined with thanks.
  • with difficulty
  • with distinction
  • with ease
  • with effect from ...
  • with hindsight
  • with impunity
  • with luck
  • with regularity
  • with respect
  • with success
  • with thanks
  • with the exception of .../with one exception
  • with the result that .../with ... results
  • with ... ceremony
  • with ... emphasis on ...
  • with ... frequency
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