Significantly; to a degree worth considering.(adverb)
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Use "considerably" in a sentence
"Indian financiers generally and subgroups therein, such as the ubiquitous Shikarpuri Hindus, stood to gain considerably from the British reorganization of the Kabul accounts, and this was arguably the most basic and consequential aspect of the colonial construction of Afghanistan."
"[538: 1] But, on the death of Hyginus, a pastorate of unusual length commences, as Pius, by whom he was followed, continued fifteen years in office -- a term considerably more extended than that of any of his five predecessors."
"Sometimes it's a tradeoff - for example, cars have resulted in considerably cleaner and less smelly streets than horse-drawn carriages, but they created their own pollution and severe political problems."