Edis said: “Over a long period of time Bettina Jordan Barber sold a lot of information for a considerable amount of money.”
Indeed, if Mitt winds up in the White House, his Granite State getaway could save him considerable grief in the coming years.
Part of the reason for his resurgence, however, is his considerable political skills.
But without taking that considerable risk we never would have gotten what may be the most memorable sequence in the film.
Ending the embargo would incur no danger to America, but it would present a considerable challenge to the Communist Party of Cuba.
There is, therefore, a considerable difference in temperature.
He had uttered his own practical unbelief, however, with considerable accuracy.
She had not attended the gatherings of the Circle at his house for a considerable time.
She had, in fact, graduated from a girls' school of considerable repute.
These fees were considerable, and were under the care of the Court of Ward and Liveries.
mid-15c., "capable of being considered," from Medieval Latin considerabilis "worthy to be considered," from Latin considerare (see consider). Meaning "pretty large" is from 1640s (implied in considerably).
CONSIDERABLE. This word is still frequently used in the manner out by Dr. Witherspoon in the following remark: "He is considerable of a surveyor; considerable of it may found in the country. This manner of speaking in the northern parts." [Pickering, 1816]