Examples from the Web for appreciably
(LOC 2055-2063) Will our grid be appreciably smarter in 2013 than it was in 2008?
His manner was appreciably milder—somewhat dazed—although he by no means gave evidence of being humbled to the dust.The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories|Gertrude Atherton
My father beckoned to her and thanked her appreciably in the yellow tongue.The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete|George Meredith
That is, she did not loathe him appreciably more than she had done for years.Happy House|Betsey Riddle, Freifrau von Hutten zum Stolzenberg
British Dictionary definitions for appreciably
Word Origin and History for appreciably
1818 (mid-15c. in sense "worthy"); from French appréciable and directly from Medieval Latin appretiabilis, from Late Latin appretiare (see appreciate). Related: Appreciably.