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inconsiderable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinconsiderablein‧con‧sid‧er‧a‧ble /ˌɪnkənˈsɪdərəbəl◂/ adjective   not inconsiderable
Examples from the Corpus
inconsiderableMuir was primarily a botanist, a lover of trees and mountains, and his technical knowledge of wildlife was inconsiderable.The rewards offered to those who did so were not inconsiderable.Which was, she congratulated herself, a not inconsiderable amount of information.There is also the chance of picking up a not inconsiderable amount of loot.Lennox Lewis and the rest of boxing await the answer with not inconsiderable interest.Driftwood, then, fetched a not inconsiderable price.In politics, this is no inconsiderable skill.
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