Definition of "comparatively" [com•par•a•tive•ly]

  • (adverb) In a comparative manner.
  • (adverb) When compared to other entities

Use "comparatively" in a sentence

  • "I should stress the word "comparatively," because many times those who are more successful within a family are also having their own financial problems, but because they do not exhibit the same signs of struggle as other family members, often they are viewed as "well off.""
  • "The new thread by Blov, Changing Mexico, comparatively is like day and night."
  • "A mix of tungsten and plastic polymer, it's 97 percent as dense as lead and even softer, which results in comparatively loose, long-range patterns."

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