comparably comparably  /ˈkɑm pə rəb li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a comparable manner or to a comparable degree

News

  • Council Rock School Board hires firm to help project student enrollment

    NEWTOWN - To a school district that has a budget around $200 million, $58,335 might not seem like a lot. But if it ultimately leads to things like school closures and redistricting, it’s easy to see why the comparably small amount led to so much discussion at Thursday night’s Council Rock School Board meeting.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Advance

Quotes

  1. "I want Arkansans to be treated fairly and comparably to what goes on in Texas and what goes on in Oklahoma," Beebe said after a meeting the legislative leaders. "I'm willing to take exemptions and take less of a percentage as say Texas or...
    on Feb 15, 2008 By: Mike Beebe Source: Springdale Morning News

  2. "I think we are probably playing comparably," Roos said. "The back end of last year and the back end of 2005 we played better than what we are now, but I think at the same stage we are probably playing as good at round 17."
    on Jul 29, 2007 By: Paul Roos Source: Daily Telegraph

  3. "Recall that Gibson was the co-host of an ABC News debate last April during which Obama faced a relentless pounding. Here's hoping that a sense of fairness will lead Gibson to be comparably tough on Palin this week. If he treats her more...
    on Sep 9, 2008 By: EJ Dionne Source: Wall Street Journal Blogs (blog)

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