- significance level,
- significance test,
- significant digits,
- significant figures,
- significant other,
- significant symbol,
Origin of significant
Examples from the Web for significantly
The death toll, which experts believe has been significantly undercut by secret burials, stands at 7,905.
Significantly, those being targeted are disproportionately transgender, and disproportionately people of color.Is Brooklyn Becoming Unsafe for Gays? It Depends On Which Ones|Jay Michaelson|October 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It changed him significantly, altered his ideas, and I believe had a profound effect on his best friend Martin.
Significantly, we learn that Dontae never played football as a kid, and thus was never indoctrinated into its codes of valor.Two New Films Preach Our Nation’s Corrosive Gridiron Gospel|Steve Almond|September 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The RJC will be spending and Adelson will be donating “significantly more than in the past,” one board member told me.Casino Tycoon Sheldon Adelson Takes $100 Million Gamble on GOP Senate|Peter Stone|September 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I guess there wont be any more noise, now that we have discovered this, said Jack, significantly.The Motor Girls at Camp Surprise|Margaret Penrose
In that significantly uplifted hand of Jacinto Quesada was an unlighted cigarette.The Wolf Cub|Patrick Casey
"Time spent with us is never wasted," reminded Elfreda significantly.Grace Harlowe's Second Year at Overton College|Jessie Graham Flower
His dress bespoke the last stage of that terrible decay which is significantly called the "shabby genteel."My Novel, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
It must be significantly, but never purely and exclusively either.The Will to Doubt|Alfred H. Lloyd
Word Origin for significant
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."