from The Century Dictionary.
- To a degree that may be appreciated or estimated; perceptibly; by a difference that may be remarked; noticeably: as, he is appreciably better.
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- adverb In an appreciable manner
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- adverb to a noticeable degree
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Saying the "size or nature" of the insurgency hasn't changed appreciably is another way of saying Bush is completely failing in his attempt to attack and weaken the insurgency.
The method of mashing, however, though on infusion lines, differs appreciably from the English process.
After a calm night the dew-point temperature of sunrise will not differ appreciably from the minimum temperature of the past night.
The second, under PJ Patterson, the former Jamaican prime minister, was far more recent and its terms appreciably more comprehensive.
Risks associated with higher inflation are balanced by "appreciably" tighter financial conditions and concerns about the global growth outlook, Mr. Edey told a conference held by the Australian Industry Group.
The growth in nominal earnings of workers slowed "appreciably" in
Minutes of the Fed's last policy meeting released this week showed several policymakers felt the outlook would have to deteriorate "appreciably" to spur fresh monetary support.
The Fed has acknowledged the slowing recovery pace and minutes of the US central bank's last policy meeting released this week showed the economy's outlook would have to deteriorate "appreciably" to spur fresh support from the Fed.
Hence, if an action "appreciably" contributes to the GHG emissions believed to cause global warming, "that action could then be found to jeopardize a listed species."
The EPA's National Waste Report 2007 published yesterday said that diverting food waste from landfill must be the main priority for 2009, noting that household waste generated has not risen "appreciably", with recycling rates remaining "steady".