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Atmosphere has cooled considerably, and the snowfall rate is higher than the melting rate in Vienna, VA.
However, their memory decayed considerably after 10 minutes and almost completely after one hour.
Tenkeyless models take up considerably less space than their full-size counterparts, and your hand won’t have to travel quite so far to get from the keyboard to the mouse.
Compared to last fall, when the Red Planet was exceptionally bright, it has moved away from us and dimmed considerably from Earth’s point of view.
We hope to grow considerably and continue to align the needs of both providers and consumers.
The exposure and buzz from Short Term have raised her profile considerably.
And household earnings for illegal immigrants are considerably lower than that of native-born and legal immigrants.
The mood was lightened considerably by the co-hosts of the podcast “Mom and Dad Are Fighting.”
The expanded song list on the new boxed set reveals there was considerably more going on.
He had subsequently married a Gary woman who was considerably older than himself.
Liking for a single colour is a considerably smaller display of mind than an appreciation of the relation of two colours.
I suspect, from the evident care taken of it, that its product is considerably relied on for food.
This fact worried him considerably, and made him persist in his own mind that the company would accept it.
The hills in sight, however, are very considerably wooded, and wood is apparently the common fuel.
As Foreign Minister, by simply taking what he wanted, he added considerably to the extent of his duchy.
On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to considerably, such as: appreciably, far, greatly, markedly, noticeably, and rather.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.