relatively

All Adverb
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  • Her singing career was relatively short-lived and she soon returned to acting.
  • It is still of interest primarily due to its relatively simple form.
  • His mother was left to bring up her two children with relatively little income.
  • This area of study is relatively new and much research continues to be conducted.
  • The use of the name is relatively recent, and the older term is still common.
  • The plant is relatively long-lived, often living over nine years.
  • However, in most areas European control remained relatively strong during this period.
  • Her father owned a factory and the family were relatively well off.
  • In any case, the station was to be relatively short-lived.
  • This project had little support and was relatively short-lived.
  • Most mining that takes place in the region is relatively low key.
  • Because of the size of the head, the neck is relatively short to provide better support.
  • He appeared in relatively few color films during the rest of his career, which continued for another five years.
  • However, more recently the relatively bright object has been discovered.
  • In terms of resources, however, the area is relatively well off.
  • It has a unique front assembly with well laid-back shoulders and relatively straight upper arm.
  • The exhibition though constructed and opened to the public, was relatively short-lived and never completed.
  • Their appearance shows little structure and they typically have relatively little interstellar matter.
  • Japanese air opposition had been relatively light during the first few days after the landings.
  • The album was relatively successful, and the band continued to gain popularity.
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Synonyms of relatively

Meaning of relatively

  • adverb In a relative manner; by comparison to something else
    the situation is relatively calm now