Synonym: relatively. Similar words: relatively, negatively, creatively, tentatively, alternatively, comparable, actively, compulsively. Meaning: [kəm'pærətɪvlɪ] adv. in a relative manner; by comparison to something else.
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1. Comparatively few books have been written on the subject.
2. She has been comparatively successful in maintaining her privacy.
3. He died comparatively young .
4. The life of the troops was still comparatively austere.
5. The situation was still comparatively calm there, he reported.
6. Comparatively speaking, this machine is easy to use.
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7. Crime on the island is comparatively rare .
8. The recession in Germany has been comparatively mild.
9. She was then still comparatively unknown.
10. The players have comparatively long periods of inactivity.
11. The past few days have seemed comparatively flat and empty.
12. The unit is comparatively easy to install and cheap to operate.
13. We prefer to work with a comparatively small number of clients.
14. Prices hold comparatively firm.
15. Comparatively speaking , this part of the coast is still unspoiled.
16. He was comparatively calm and concentrated in judging how to defeat his opponent.
17. Man is a comparatively new creature on the surface of the earth.
18. These men are comparatively young in the Service.
19. On A Division, it was comparatively lively.
20. And yet comparatively simple problems remain to be solved.
21. Its large population is comparatively well educated.
22. Most food imports went to comparatively few countries.
23. Their outward journey was comparatively easy.
24. Coinage was invented only comparatively late in human history.
25. Equities, comparatively speaking, made no money.
26. The kids were comparatively well-behaved today.
27. The appeal of onshore drilling is its comparatively cheap.
28. Among the mammals they are comparatively rare.
29. Other campaign groups have it comparatively easy.
30. The minister appealed to the Cabinet not to target her comparatively tiny budget of ￡4 billion.
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