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significantly

[ sig-nif-i-kuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF significantly
  • as innecessarily
  • as inquite
  • as insomewhat
  • as inessentially
  • as infar

Synonyms for significantly

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Antonyms for significantly

  • doubtfully
  • questionably
  • unnecessarily
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIGNIFICANTLY

"There might be reasons for that," said Robert, significantly.

The woman shook her head, amused, "Not until," she told him significantly.

"If you only do Jenkins's, I'll do yours," replied Mr. Galloway, significantly.

"I can understand as they might be flash uns," he remarked, significantly.

"Jist th' same as th' other wan," he said gloomily and significantly.

The man in the fur coat accentuated the word "fear" significantly.

"The address given here begins with the number 1," he said, significantly.

“You certainly have not been idle,” she added, significantly.

“At least she will be happier away from here,” he said significantly.

"Telling it might do ME some good," he observed, significantly.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, "having a meaning," from Latin significantem (nominative significans, present participle of significare "make known, indicate" (see signify). Earlier in the same sense was significative (c.1400). Often "having a special or secret meaning," hence "important" (1761). Related: Significantly. Significant figure is from 1680s. Significant other (n.) attested by 1961, in psychology, "the most influential other person in the patient's world."

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SIGNIFICANTLY

essentially

adverbbasically

necessarily

adverbinevitably, certainly

quite

adverbto a certain extent
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