considerably

[ kuh n-sid-er-uh-blee ]SEE DEFINITION OF considerably

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Physically he had considerably improved, but mentally he was not yet recovered.

Posthumus is simply a staider Hamlet considerably idealized.

As is usual in Asiatic warfare, it was considerably pressed.

You have interested me considerably, sir, and I should be glad to discuss the matter with you.

Disease not only arrested the growth of the population, but reduced it considerably.

You see, I have been walking the deck for considerably longer than you have.

The British outnumber us considerably, I think, but just how much I do not know.

There had been much rain in the night, and the stream was considerably swollen.

To them he probably appeared not worse than other boys, but considerably better.

John awoke with a start, considerably disquieted by his dream.

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