not insignificant

not insignificant

Enough to be worthy of attention or consideration; quite large or significant. There is a not insignificant number of voters who feel they've been totally neglected over the past few years. The amount of time and money we've put into this venture is not insignificant.
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His high energy comedy saw him take the not insignificant accolade of being named Billy Connolly's favourite comedian.
Previous British Greyhound Breeders Forum chairman Stuart Forsdike had suggested a change of venue may be required if that stance was maintained, but Mark Pierrepont, the new BGBF secretary, said yesterday: "I'm pleased to report that after numerous conversations over the past weeks between myself and [Nottingham promoter] Rachel Corden, with not insignificant input from trainers' representative Peter Harnden, agreement is in place for the British Breeders Stakes to take place as usual at Nottingham later this year.
The administration's budget request includes a not insignificant overall medical care funding recommendation of approximately $75.
Particularly shocking is the small, but not insignificant, proportion of the population who seem to be 'super burners'.
The Booster One will cost a not insignificant $349 should it ever wind its way to retail shelves, but you can still get the super early bird price of $199 today.
He played a not insignificant part in the club's battle to stay in the Premier League, scoring twice and creating several other goals, especially from set-pieces.
The 16 million people who voted to Remain are not insignificant and proved that the result was inconclusive.
After all, they are paying a not insignificant sum so should be regarded as customers.
Alas that not insignificant pleasure is not worth the years it will take to get straight.
The streaming of broadcast signals is a not insignificant attraction, but it has leveled off, according to Ross in a post to the Radio & Internet Newsletter site.
The contributions of France in Tunisia are not insignificant and that alone, disbursements made by the French Development Agency (AFD) in Tunisia amounted to E 492 million during the period 2011/2014, ambassador of France in Tunis, Francois Gouyette said at a press briefing Wednesday, June 3, 2015, at the Embassy of France in Tunis, adding that France remains the first partner of Tunisia.
Financial markets have largely shrugged off the political noise for the time being, though did suffer from a not insignificant pullback last week.
According to experts in the UAE, annually, about 7,000-8,000 people suffer from a stroke and these are not insignificant numbers.
Cabella only crossed for one, not two, although his contribution was not insignificant.