Definition of commensurably in US English:

commensurably

adverb

  • See commensurable

    • ‘The cost of tall buildings will be commensurably greater and uneconomical in relation to the renting offices spaces and their prices.’
    • ‘A number of alien workers due to their hard-working and individual high-rate of productivity were better remunerated commensurably.’
    • ‘If Scotland qualify for the quarter-finals, the prices will be commensurably higher as the tournament enters its closing stages.’
    • ‘The contracted fees from the television station for the warm-up matches will be commensurably less.’
    • ‘As the shares the candidates desire exceed 100 per cent, they will be reduced commensurably down to 14.3 per cent each.’

Pronunciation

commensurably

/-blē/