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An even more significant difference was that HRC in 2002 tended to give companies the benefit of the doubt.

Still, these baby steps are more significant than they look.

Even more significant, however, is the reorientation of anti-establishment politics that follows.

What is more significant, however, is the way America is only loosely referenced.

This will become more significant as millennials reach their 30s and early 40s, the prime age for family formation.

In dramatic interpretation the voice is a much more significant feature relatively than is the detail of gesture in pantomime.

By all the sounded consonants we have—“Inhuman Civil War;” the latter shorter, more significant, and more easily remembered.

The clinical picture is hence more significant than the microscopic findings.

This is the more significant in that the Central Authority, in one case at least, had tried a harsher expedient.

More significant still are the ancestor cults that have prevailed in China and Japan since very ancient times.


On this page you'll find 151 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to significant, such as: compelling, important, momentous, powerful, serious, and symbolic.

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