Thesaurus / recognizably

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Song, resembles that of No. 585, but is recognizably different.

A common scolding call is recognizably wren-like, while another suggests a tree-toad's krrring.

What Bird is That?Frank M. Chapman

Neither words nor musical notation can describe it recognizably.

What Bird is That?Frank M. Chapman

The whole structure of caring knowledge changes with growth, even though it is recognizably similar to what it has been.

One reason is, because there are a dozen that are recognizably competent to do that poem.

What Is Man? And Other StoriesMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

With their compact bodies and no-nonsense mannerisms they were recognizably Pyrran.

DeathworldHarry Harrison

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

The pattern, a little deeper in color and with longer lines, was recognizably like hers, and unlike any of the Svants'.

NaudsonceH. Beam Piper

The despondency which had touched her previously when tending her father's cattle came to her again, but recognizably now.

The Crock of GoldJames Stephens

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

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