Synonyms for considerable
Antonyms for considerable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSIDERABLE
He had uttered his own practical unbelief, however, with considerable accuracy.
A considerable portion of the land hereabouts is cultivated.
His father and mother were in considerable perplexity about him.
She had, in fact, graduated from a girls' school of considerable repute.
The bench was of considerable width--probably a mile at this point.
The two brigs had gone, but there was still a considerable French force in port.
Mr. and Mrs. Beaufort became persons of considerable importance.
Wheatstone and he obtained a considerable sum for the use of their apparatus.
The blow had taken a considerable part of his remaining strength.
But don't you think it is of considerable importance to my wife?
mid-15c., "capable of being considered," from Medieval Latin considerabilis "worthy to be considered," from Latin considerare (see consider). Meaning "pretty large" is from 1640s (implied in considerably).
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONSIDERABLE
- across the board
- wall to wall