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Spell check of considerable

Correct spelling: considerable

Synonyms:
handsome, material, influential, extended, immanent, huge, noteworthy, massive, voluminous, meaningful, biggish, monumental, essential, large, sizeable, right smart, physical, notable, goodly, spacious, ample, high-powered, substantial, actual, coarse, good, extensive, colossal, large-scale, distinguished, substantive, sturdy, high, bulky, grand, outsize, world-shaking, husky, much, bodily, prominent, serious, solid, immense, significant, momentous, big-name, firm, largish, earthshaking, long, hulking, tidy, historic, plentiful, salient, abundant, real, tangible, gigantic, united, sizable, respectable, heavyweight, capacious, critical, major, pivotal, vast, important, commodious, hefty, crucial, enormous, king-size, wide, big, oversize, big-wig, grave, great, palpable, consequential, healthy, goodish, boxcar, eminent, appreciable, broad.

Antonyms:
limited, dinky, minute, shrimpy, mini, petite, insubstantial, pocket-size, teeny, miniature, puny, inconsiderable, bitty, petty, little-bitty, narrow, teensy-weensy, pocket, dwarfish, picayunish, marginal, piddling, little, infinitesimal, Lilliputian, brief, dwarf, measly, thin, short, slim, scanty, tiny, meager, slender, microscopic, paltry, undersized, nominal, negligible, mean, pint-size, slight, half-pint, wee, smallish, picayune, bantam, teensy, minuscule, teeny-weeny, microminiature, inconsequential, trivial, diminutive, trifling, unimportant, pygmy, insignificant, small.

Examples of usage:

1) That was my opinion from the first, but I had considerable difficulty in getting Miss Ponsonby to take my view of it, and even yet she has her moments of doubt. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

2) All of this required considerable time. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) I have given this considerable thought and study. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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