Definition of inappreciable in English:

inappreciable

Line breaks: in|appre|ciable
Pronunciation: /ˌɪnəˈpriːʃəb(ə)l
 
, -ʃɪə-/

adjective

  • 2 archaic Too valuable to be properly estimated.
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    • Apart from the boredom, the condition of royalty is persuasively depicted in the film as involving a mixture of media intrusion, mildly petulant noblesse oblige, inappreciable wealth and preposterous high camp.

Derivatives

inappreciably

adverb
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  • A survey conducted by Binh Duong Daily on April 29 morning showed that provincial rice prices decrease inappreciably over other provinces and cities.
  • In all observed cell types, invasion rates varied inappreciably.

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