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adverb as in externally

adverb as in plainly

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A page from a 15th-century medieval manuscript turns out to contain hidden text that is only visible under UV light.

Both products are meant to give people more places to interact with one another on Twitter, including in ways that aren’t necessarily public or visible on a user’s profile over the long term.

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Another weird acoustic effect is that although the road is visible from the monument … strangely you cannot hear the traffic.

Social media has amplified calls of justice for Quawan, with many people pointing out the similarities between his visible injuries to those of Emmett Till.

With coronavirus cases flaring up around the country, the NFL has taken additional steps to reduce the number of close contacts during games, and those changes will be immediately visible this week.

Visibly affected the by military atmosphere the young man admitted his emotions were volatile.

PANKISI GORGE, Georgia—The mother of martyrs, a woman in her fifties, is delicately beautiful and visibly in pain.

Reeves was visibly perturbed when he saw the amount of British currency that McNally had recovered in Austria.

The Virus The man was young, in his 20s or 30s, “good looking,” and visibly afraid.

“I was in shock—total disbelief,” Kopin says, growing visibly agitated as he recalls reading the email.

Almost, he saw her visibly change—here in the twilight of the little Luxor garden by his side.

Nigel's enthusiasm seemed almost visibly to exhale from the paper as Isaacson held the letter in his hands.

She thanked them for their gifts but languidly, and did not visibly brighten when told that her husband was better.

"That's worse, far worse than anything material," he said, turning visibly paler.

Maloney collapsed visibly, and I gathered the wood over the fire and coaxed up a blaze.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to visibly, such as: apparently, clearly, evidently, on the face of it, ostensibly, and seemingly.

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