Synonym: substantially, well. Similar words: considerable, consideration, consider, be considered as, vulnerable, outsider, consist, consist in. Meaning: [kənˈsɪd(ə)rəblɪ] adv. to a great extent or degree.
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1. He has added considerably to his piano repertoire.
2. This forced the cost of living up considerably.
3. The castle was enlarged considerably in the fifteenth century.
4. The course has now been shortened considerably.
5. Ideas on childcare may differ considerably between the parents.
6. The gap between rich and poor has widened considerably.
7. The problem has worsened considerably in recent months.
8. A spider's web can stretch considerably without weakening.
9. The quality of the students' work varies considerably.
10. The students' work varies considerably in quality.
11. The burden of taxation has risen considerably.
12. The shop's new look has boosted its takings considerably.
13. It's considerably colder today.
14. A loft conversion can add considerably to the value of a house.
15. The price was considerably reduced.
16. Our understanding of human genetics has advanced considerably.
17. In the following years, his fortunes improved considerably.
18. It's considerably colder this morning.
19. These new windows have lightened the room considerably.
20. The new edition of the dictionary has considerably improved.
21. His views differ considerably from those of his parents.
22. The temperature has dropped considerably.
23. Investments turned down considerably during the economic crisis.
24. The rate of bombing has slowed considerably.
25. They lost considerably by this film.
26. Student numbers have sunk considerably this year.Sentence dictionary
27. The president's popularity has declined considerably.
28. Under the rule of Britain, the prosperity of the island increased considerably.
29. The success in the election strengthened the party's position considerably.
30. The economy and outward appearance of the area have changed considerably.
More similar words: considerable, consideration, consider, be considered as, vulnerable, outsider, consist, consist in, consist of, consistent, side by side, consistently, probably, bearable, presumably, inevitably, favorable, comparable, side, aside, beside, besides, lay aside, on the side, set aside, resident, put aside, sidewalk, rider, aside from.