adverb. ['kənˈsɪdɝəbli'] to a great extent or degree.
- -ly (English)
- -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- considerable (English)
Words that Rhyme with Considerably
Example sentences of the word considerably
While you can do this with a shovel and old-fashioned elbow grease, a backhoe speeds the process considerably.
Quotes containing the word considerably
1. Life itself is offensive and certainly does not apologize - in fact, it hurts considerably and, as we all know, is often very rude and troublesome, just as nature or art can be.
- Michael Leunig
2. A nugget of wisdom is more valuable than a nugget of gold—and considerably harder to pan out of a river. I’ll be 33 in March, and all I’ve found so far is fool’s gold. Still, I was able to trade it for political favors.
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE
3. Most of us form estimates of our intelligence, wisdom, and moral fiber that are considerably higher than an objective estimate would warrant; no doubt 90 percent of us think ourselves well above average along these lines.
- Alvin Plantinga, Warranted Christian Belief