Considerable and Immense


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Considerable adjective – Sufficiently large in size, amount, or number to merit attention.
Usage example: the considerable number of auto accidents that resulted from the surprise snowstorm

Immense and considerable are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Immense" instead an adjective "Considerable".
Nearby Words: consider, consideration, considerate, considered, considerably
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Immense adjective – Unusually large.
Usage example: the elephant was simply immense, even as elephants go

Considerable and immense are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Considerable" instead an adjective "Immense".
Nearby Words: immensely, immensity
Synonyms for Immense

Things that words describes

ability considerable ability immense ability
skill considerable skill immense skill
talent considerable talent immense talent
effort considerable effort immense effort
Other nouns: power, strength, popularity, acclaim, pressure, knowledge, amount, fortune, wealth, number, resources, time, size, influence, length, difficulty, surprise, damage, pain, success, boost, skills, powers, abilities, amounts, firepower.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Warhammer: Mark of Chaos Despite this, the two clearly have immense respect and admiration for each other; evident in Olaf's considerable relief in how Thorgar has survived his trial in the realm of Chaos and how Thorgar hails him with the honorific 'berserker son of Norsca', and his general interaction with him.
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