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See definition of visibly on Dictionary.com
  • as inobviously
  • as inplainly
  • as inexternally

synonyms for visibly

  • apparently
  • certainly
  • clearly
  • definitely
  • evidently
  • noticeably
  • plainly
  • seemingly
  • surely
  • undoubtedly
  • distinctly
  • incontestably
  • of course
  • openly
  • undeniably
  • unquestionably
  • without doubt
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antonyms for visibly

MOST RELEVANT
  • doubtfully
  • dubiously
  • indefinitely
  • questionably
  • uncertain
  • vaguely
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    How to use visibly in a sentence

    A page from a 15th-century medieval manuscript turns out to contain hidden text that is only visible under UV light.
    COLLEGE UNDERGRADS FIND HIDDEN TEXT ON MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPT VIA UV IMAGINGJENNIFER OUELLETTENOVEMBER 20, 2020ARS TECHNICA
    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.
    TWITTER’S NEW DISAPPEARING POSTS LETS USERS ‘FLEET’ INSTEAD OF TWEETVERNE KOPYTOFFNOVEMBER 17, 2020FORTUNE
    Another weird acoustic effect is that although the road is visible from the monument … strangely you cannot hear the traffic.
    READERS ASK ABOUT BUOYANCY, STONEHENGE SOUNDS AND MORESCIENCE NEWS STAFFNOVEMBER 15, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
    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.
    WHAT HAPPENED TO QUAWAN CHARLES?JOE COLUCCINOVEMBER 11, 2020ESSENCE.COM
    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.
    NFL GAMES ON TV: GAMES WILL LOOK DIFFERENT; TOM BRADY VS. DREW BREES, PART 2CINDY BORENNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Around the 40-second mark, outlines of both decals are visible.
    A VIRAL VIDEO IMPLIED A MAN WAS ILLEGALLY MOVING BALLOTS. IT WAS A PHOTOGRAPHER AND HIS EQUIPMENT.MARISA IATI, ADRIANA USERONOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    The words were visible to motorists on the Outer Loop below.
    FROM ‘SURRENDER DOROTHY’ TO ‘SURRENDER DONALD’: THE BELTWAY BRIDGE HAS A NEW MESSAGEJOHN KELLYNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Over on Facebook, posts are much less likely to be public and visible to everyone.
    FIVE WAYS TO GO BACK IN TIME ON THE INTERNETDAVID NIELDNOVEMBER 5, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
    This diversity hints that bright FRBs could represent only the most visible tip of an iceberg of hidden magnetar activity in other galaxies.
    ASTRONOMERS HAVE TRACED MYSTERIOUS RADIO WAVES TO A SOURCE IN OUR OWN GALAXYCHARLIE WOODNOVEMBER 4, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
    In another show of the importance of name recognition in these races, Dorothy Douglas — who did not have a visible campaign across the city — finished with a strong and surprising third-place finish.
    WASHINGTON-AREA VOTERS ELECT NEW SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS AT UNPRECEDENTED MOMENT FOR EDUCATIONPERRY STEIN, HANNAH NATANSONNOVEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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    WORDS RELATED TO VISIBLY

    • apparently
    • clearly
    • evidently
    • on the face of it
    • ostensibly
    • seemingly
    • superficially
    • visibly
    • perceptibly
    • plainly
    • prominently
    • shiningly
    • strikingly
    • visibly
    • vividly
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