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significantly

[ sig-nif-i-kuhnt-lee ]
/ sɪgˈnɪf ɪ kənt li /
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adverb
in a way or as a fact that is important and deserves attention:Significantly, Australia was a nation born in peacetime, not war.
by a relatively great amount or to a relatively high degree:She seems to have grown significantly as a character—her decisions are more mature, for one thing.
in a way that carries special, secret, or private meaning:The detective looked significantly at the collection of pills on the table, but said nothing.
Statistics. in a way or to a degree that is unlikely to occur by chance and therefore indicates a systematic cause:These results show that sleep significantly affects memory organization, even in the infant brain.
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OTHER WORDS FROM significantly

non·sig·nif·i·cant·ly, adverbsu·per·sig·nif·i·cant·ly, adverbun·sig·nif·i·cant·ly, adverb
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