inconsiderably

[ in-kuh n-sid-er-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconsiderably
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Similar numbers collected by other specialists differ not inconsiderably from those given by Sadler.

The forms of the single letters vary not inconsiderably according to the material of the monuments, their age and their origin.

Sir Edward was quite willing, and his intervention contributed not inconsiderably to smoothing matters over.

He had been somewhat surprised and not inconsiderably offended by the brevity and force of the answer which he had received.

The outside had been not inconsiderably passed, and yet the beautiful Berengaria showed no disposition of returning to England.

The mystery which I threw around it added to its interest, and I was not inconsiderably annoyed.

Mr Barelli came as to a deathbed, a consoling but hopeless smile widening his narrow face only inconsiderably.

The Nauplii differ somewhat in the separate groups, and the post-nauplial stages vary not inconsiderably.

Great as all these advantages were, they were aided, and not inconsiderably, by other and adventitious ones.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from French inconsidérable (16c.), from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + considérable (see considerable). Related: Inconsiderably.

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