seemingly

seemingly
adv.
Seemingly is used with these adjectives: ↑arbitrary, ↑benign, ↑casual, ↑contradictory, ↑conventional, ↑diverse, ↑easy, ↑effortless, ↑empty, ↑endless, ↑exhaustive, ↑futile, ↑genuine, ↑haphazard, ↑harmless, ↑helpless, ↑hopeless, ↑identical, ↑immortal, ↑immune, ↑impenetrable, ↑impersonal, ↑impervious, ↑impossible, ↑incompatible, ↑incongruous, ↑indestructible, ↑indifferent, ↑inevitable, ↑inexhaustible, ↑inexplicable, ↑infinite, ↑innocent, ↑innocuous, ↑insignificant, ↑insoluble, ↑insurmountable, ↑intelligent, ↑intent, ↑interminable, ↑invincible, ↑irrational, ↑irreconcilable, ↑irrelevant, ↑irresistible, ↑lifeless, ↑magical, ↑meaningless, ↑mild, ↑minor, ↑miraculous, ↑mundane, ↑negative, ↑normal, ↑objective, ↑oblivious, ↑obvious, ↑overwhelming, ↑paradoxical, ↑perfect, ↑permanent, ↑pointless, ↑random, ↑relaxed, ↑reluctant, ↑respectable, ↑senseless, ↑simple, ↑sincere, ↑solid, ↑spontaneous, ↑straightforward, ↑suicidal, ↑trivial, ↑unable, ↑unaffected, ↑unavoidable, ↑unaware, ↑unbeatable, ↑unconcerned, ↑uncontrollable, ↑unlimited, ↑unprovoked, ↑unscathed, ↑useless
Seemingly is used with these verbs: ↑conflict, ↑disappear

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  • Seemingly — Seem ing*ly, adv. In appearance; in show; in semblance; apparently; ostensibly. [1913 Webster] This the father seemingly complied with. Addison. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • seemingly — index prima facie (self evident), reputedly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • seemingly — seem|ing|ly [ˈsi:mıŋli] adv 1.) appearing to have a particular quality, when this may or may not be true = ↑apparently ▪ seemingly unrelated bits of information seemingly endless/impossible etc ▪ The new minister was faced with a seemingly… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • seemingly — [[t]si͟ːmɪŋli[/t]] 1) ADV: ADV adj/adv If something is seemingly the case, you mean that it appears to be the case, even though it may not really be so. A seemingly endless line of trucks waits in vain to load up. ...bread made from a seemingly… …   English dictionary

  • seemingly — seem|ing|ly [ simıŋli ] adverb ** 1. ) in a way that appears to have a particular quality, even though this is probably not true: APPARENTLY: Heidi was seemingly calm when she left to take the test. 2. ) according to what you know or how… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • seemingly — adverb 1 appearing to be something when this is not actually true; apparent: The road was dusty and seemingly endless. 2 (sentence adverb) according to the facts as you know them: There is seemingly nothing we can do to stop the plans going ahead …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • seemingly */*/ — UK [ˈsiːmɪŋlɪ] / US [ˈsɪmɪŋlɪ] adverb 1) in a way that appears to have a particular quality, even though this is probably not true Heidi was seemingly calm when she left to take the test. 2) according to what you know or how something appears… …   English dictionary

  • seemingly — adverb To appearances; apparently. an object, seemingly like those which we have experienced, may be attended with different or contrary effects …   Wiktionary

  • seemingly — [ˈsiːmɪŋli] adv in a way that appears to have a particular quality, even though this is probably not true Heidi was seemingly calm when she left to take the test.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • seemingly — seeming ► ADJECTIVE ▪ appearing to be real or true; apparent. DERIVATIVES seemingly adverb …   English terms dictionary

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