considerable

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  • By this time he must have had considerable experience at sea.
  • States which do not do so face considerable moral and political pressure.
  • These games often require a considerable study of the rules before they can be played.
  • In addition, the university usually also has dedicated research staff and a considerable support staff.
  • States hold elections every four years and exercise a considerable amount of power.
  • As might be expected, this policy caused considerable opposition within the government.
  • The board's work has been subject to considerable controversy throughout the years.
  • Since then he has attracted considerable attention, especially in the French-speaking world.
  • This also provides a considerable amount of freedom regarding the contract design.
  • Some of these were used for a considerable time.
  • Some letters look almost the same in all four forms, while others show considerable variation.
  • The result has seen considerable growth over the years.
  • There is no evidence that Jesus himself ever married, and considerable evidence that he remained single.
  • The region enjoyed considerable cultural and economic success in this period.
  • He wrote a considerable number of works on the Bible and religious subjects generally.
  • Although his model has raised considerable interest, it does not command majority support within linguistics.
  • A considerable portion of the book was set in London.
  • Many of the towns thus gained considerable independence and adopted commune forms of government.
  • The considerable spending did not lead to more growth and did not benefit the poor.
  • The scheme has attracted considerable criticism due to its huge size and location.
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Meaning of considerable

  • adjective Large or relatively large in number or amount or extent or degree
    a considerable quantity, the economy was a considerable issue in the campaign, went to considerable trouble for us, spent a considerable amount of time on the problem