What is another word for appreciably?

Pronunciation: [ɐpɹˈiːʃɪəblɪ] (IPA)

Appreciably is a word that means to a significant extent, and there are a few different ways to say the same thing. One synonym that comes to mind is considerably, which means to a great degree. Another option is markedly, which means something is clearly noticeable or significant. Significantly is a word that is often used to replace appreciably, as it also means to a great degree, but can also imply importance or impact. Another synonym is substantially, which means to a large degree or amount. Lastly, meaning in a way that is easily noticed or recognized, is the synonym notably. All of these words can be used interchangeably with appreciably to convey the same meaning.

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What are the hypernyms for Appreciably?

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What are the opposite words for appreciably?

Antonyms are words that are opposite in meaning to other words. For the word "appreciably," which means significantly or noticeably, possible antonyms include faintly, slightly, insignificantly, or subtly. These words indicate that there is little or no noticeable difference or impact. Other antonyms for "appreciably" could include unnoticeably, negligibly, or indistinguishably. These words refer to things that are so minimal in their effects or change that they are barely perceptible or unimportant. Using these antonyms, one can express the opposite meaning of "appreciably" and convey the idea of something that is insignificant, minor or imperceptible.

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Usage examples for Appreciably

But are we appreciably poorer for his being out of it now?"
"A Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Fifth"
William Dean Howells
When I looked at that poor young fellow's face sometimes-so gentle and true and pure-I used to think the world was appreciably richer for his being in it.
"A Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Fifth"
William Dean Howells
Thus, this channel of a quarter of a mile wide between the headlands on either side of the mouth does not vary appreciably in width or depth, and requires no attention.
"Two Years in Oregon"
Wallis Nash

Famous quotes with Appreciably

  • A study of the history of wages back through the years indicates clearly that when the cost-of-living rises appreciably wages have shortly been adjusted upward also.
    Charles E. Wilson
  • There is one thing that appreciably eases the strain for the plays that arrive at this time of year, and that is that practically nothing is expected of them.
    Dorothy Parker

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