comparably

[ kom-per-uh-buhl or, sometimes, kuhm-pair- ]SEE DEFINITION OF comparably
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Even tobacco and liquor were present in comparably liberal quantities.

The gentry society was, therefore, a comparably stable society with little upward social mobility but with some downward mobility.

We cannot apprehend an object as sublime while we apprehend it as comparably, measurably, or finitely great.

Not comparably to your ladyship; you are the very Cynthia of the skies, and queen of stars.

Unlike the peoples of the great Asiatic and European folk-wanderings, they found no comparably developed peoples to bar their way.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Middle French comparable, from Latin comparabilis "capable of comparison," from comparare (see comparison). Related: Comparably; comparability.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COMPARABLY

alike

adverbsimilarly
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