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adverb as in apparently

adverb as in distinctly

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A low-resolution driving-camera image shows a field of dust-covered rocks in the unmistakable shadow of the rover hardware.

The GOP must raise an unmistakable “Welcome” sign for LGBTQs, especially minority voters.

While Urban already enjoys a legacy in the game of football that few will ever match, his passion for the opportunity in front of him here in Jacksonville is powerful and unmistakable.

That would send an unmistakable message that progressive reform will be the order of the day.

The human mind is built to recognize patterns, and the pounding sounds of love are unmistakable.

The cross-hatched Schreger pattern on its surface was unmistakably that of ivory.

He just gave him a look, and what a look—a look that said, unmistakably, “Shame on you.”

Presumably, she meant "superstar," but it sounded so unmistakably like "soup or star" that we're really on the fence about this.

Push a button and Elmo cackles before asking what sounds unmistakably like, “Who wants to die?”

Read the Senor quote; it's unmistakably moving the goalposts a lot closer.

"No more than that," Sangree replied, looking at him with a puzzled expression that was unmistakably genuine.

He was as well groomed as usual, but he was unmistakably pale beneath his new coat of tan.

Near me, sitting at a little table, were two gentlemen—unmistakably Scotch, as their accent proclaimed.

Lady Victoria, accompanied by a man who was unmistakably a pugilist, had entered by a side door.

When she was seventeen Harvey had made it known unmistakably that Sara Lee was his, and no trespassing.

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On this page you'll find 407 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unmistakably, such as: clearly, evidently, officially, plainly, manifestly, and patently.

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