Considerably Definition

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1. 'There is a perceived added value in that the women get to meet the potential donor, but the risks are also considerably higher, ' said the Dutch newspaper AD. 1
2. "The new find, together with other discoveries of recent years, shows that the city was considerably larger than what we previously estimated, " Yuval Baruch, Jerusalem district archaeologist, said. 1
3. A 2-1 win over Brighton and a 3-3 draw at Rotherham, however, have lifted spirits considerably. 1
4. A considerably longer time is required for complete deformation to occur. 1
5. A detailed exposition and defence would require considerably more ingenuity and effort. 1
6. A frozen daiquiri on a sandy beach sounds considerably more alluring. 1
7. A large exploration programme both on and offshore is in progress, though the level of activity has varied considerably. 1
8. A larger, more general system would need considerably longer stretches of the utterance, and/or considerably more complex top-down information. 2
9. A loft conversion can add considerably to the value of a house. 1
10. A new method for the deconvolution of cortical EEG potential distribution from the measured scalp EEG is proposed in this paper, which improves the spatial resolution of EEG considerably. 1
11. A rough scree slope was crossed to reach the foot of the considerably steeper conical crown of our peak. 1
12. A smoker in the house will increase the variety and quantity of air pollutants considerably. 1
13. A spider's web can stretch considerably without weakening. 1
14. A word presented at the end of a sentence is considerably easier to recognise than that same word presented in isolation. 1
15. Abortions after the first trimester cost considerably more than those within the first twelve weeks. 1
16. Abstract: Experiment is made to recycle urban waste water through the treatment of GAC, which can considerably absorb organic matter and colority in the waste water, as well as turbid. 1
17. According to scientists, Lantian ape - man lived 500, 000 - 600 , 000 years ago, considerably pre - dating Peking Man.This website 1
18. Adding a little of NZ and NS in microemulsion, the nature of its yellowing is considerably reduced with no concerns of increasing cost and decreasing softness . 1
19. Adenoidectomy will considerably reduce the overall duration of glue ear. 1
20. Advantages of fructosamine are that it does not depend on the haemoglobin level and it will probably be considerably cheaper. 1
21. After the initial curiosity value, the product's sales dropped considerably. 1
22. Also, standards of service on many main line routes were improved considerably, particularly the inter-urban routes. 1
23. Although he was now nearly twenty, he was still considerably smaller than even Mike, who was nearest him in age. 1
24. Although Ledbetter did the same job as her colleagues, and had more seniority than some of them, they were all being paid considerably more than she was. 1
25. Although sturdy and tear-resistant, this “Burberry-proofed” cloth was lightweight and allowed air to circulate, making it considerably more comfortable than the heavy mackintosh. 1
26. Although this wins easily, 29 e3! is considerably more murderous. 1
27. Amelia, her finances considerably reduced, saw an opportunity and set about getting her Kinner. 1
28. An extreme reaction to cold, chilblains affects one in 10 people but your chances of getting them will be upped considerably by standing in kebab queues on winter nights. 1
29. And big screen color television, full automatic washing machine, air conditioning, camera will grow considerably. 1
30. And now, on with the considerably more destructive process of deleting applications from Windows. 1
 

Considerably

[kənˈsid(ə)rəblē]

ADVERB

  - by a notably large amount or to a notably large extent; greatly.

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List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

-Acy
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