appreciably

[ uh-pree-shee-uh-buh l, -shuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF appreciably

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In fact, they are appreciably warmer than when they were first brought in.

Pure water does not appreciably conduct the electric current.

Yet only one ankle-joint was appreciably the worse for this terrific experience.

They cannot appreciably perturb either the planets they approach or each other.

The lives of several of them were appreciably modified by this meeting.

That is, she did not loathe him appreciably more than she had done for years.

The railroad in recent years has been appreciably straightened.

Even the payment of his debts had not appreciably lessened the amount.

Moreover, the percentage has appreciably diminished; in 1891 it was 8.46.

He had fully earned his rebuff, but that fact did not appreciably sweeten it.

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