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[kuh n-sid-er-uh-blee] /kənˈsɪd ər ə bli/
to a noteworthy or marked extent; much; noticeably; substantially; amply.
Origin of considerably Unabridged
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  • You see, though we were in no way to blame, they might have sued for heavy damages and bothered us considerably.

    Raftmates Kirk Munroe
  • The information he received seemed to disturb him considerably.

    Blow The Man Down Holman Day
  • It measured slightly over twenty feet from nose to tail and in circumference was considerably larger than an inflated fire-hose.

    Where the Strange Trails Go Down E. Alexander Powell
  • But the introduction of mules and other beasts of burden has considerably cheapened them.

    The Forest Exiles Mayne Reid
  • Mr. Prendergast was a man over sixty years of age, being, in fact, considerably senior to Sir Thomas himself.

    Castle Richmond Anthony Trollope

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