measurably : Definition, Usages, News and More
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the difference is measurably large
- What happened in Washington last week is that the perceptions changed measurably -- and for the better -- on both sides.
- Both cars had pros and cons, but neither car was measurably better than the other; the key was the order in which students received the information.
- He'll hit those crazy fade-aways and spinning layups in the half-court game, but even for Kobe, those shots are measurably more difficult, and physically draining, than dunks and .