comparatively

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To us in the North, the African is a comparatively negligible factor.

The way to do this must still be learnt, but it is now comparatively easy.

Nothing like that ever happened to a ship of the line on a comparatively quiet night!

All other pieces are, for this purpose, comparatively hard and tough.

"Ladies and gentlemen," he bawled from his comparatively obscure corner.

They are sought by so many, and they are granted (comparatively) to so few!

But it became a lost art, and was only recovered at a comparatively recent date.

The lake is comparatively shallow, and has a perceptible current.

It is, however, comparatively recently that it has been applied in practice.

There was no mistake, but he was near, quite near, comparatively.

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