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recognizably

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Then in the Cambrian era, around 570 million years ago, recognizably complex animal life evolved, including vertebrate ancestors.

At the beginning, Sex and the City is acid-smart not peppy-smart, the women recognizably normal rather than demented glamazons.

In a similar move, recognizably iconic images are often placed adjacent to lesser-known ones.

And because of Bryan, Walt is always recognizably human, even if he is tremendously flawed as a character.

And the more these jobs require speaking recognizably American English, the bigger advantage Americans have in getting them.

In fact, he is quite recognizably a Hohenzollern,—with his back half broken.

They were recognizably of a class subject to these low forms of religious excitement which were once well-nigh universal.

Only in the winter (including March in 1951) were samples taken in which no recognizably pregnant females were found.

He must allow nothing to distract him from his main task of setting down the features of his book vividly and recognizably.

It was no sooner recognizably native than it ceased to be fully so; and I became a witness of it after the change had begun.

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On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to recognizably, such as: apparently, certainly, definitely, distinctly, evidently, and obviously.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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