All Adverb
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  • The characters in Little Women are recognizably drawn from family members and friends.
  • Most of his works are recognizably human, but are sometimes joined with the forms of animals or furniture.
  • The game is also the final title to be recognizably similar in presentation to the original.
  • Although they shared size and speed with singles, they were a recognizably different format than the seven-inch single.
  • This computer was one of the very first recognizably modern embedded systems.
  • As a result, it has adopted a system of government recognizably similar in structure to that of a sovereign state.
  • She was recognizably Gillespie's sister, but her eyes and hair were black. Cited from The Leatherwood God, by William Dean Howells
  • They were recognizably of a class subject to these low forms of religious excitement which were once well-nigh universal. Cited from Other Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
  • He must allow nothing to distract him from his main task of setting down the features of his book vividly and recognizably. Cited from The Art of Letters, by Robert Lynd
  • The soap is recognizably different from other soaps because it is very clear.
  • In all these poems, we see an epic intention still combined with a recognizably epic manner. Cited from The Epic, by Lascelles Abercrombie
  • The short stories within the book are not connected, but recognizably follow the same quirkiness that gives the collection its charm.
  • These two are recognizably distinct in appearance and widely sympatric however, and there is no good indication that they are just one species.
  • One reason is, because there's a dozen that are recognizably competent to do that poem. Cited from Is Shakespeare Dead? by Mark Twain
  • These domains are now recognizably distinct because much of the gene transfer that still occurs is within these domains, rather than between them.
  • That is to say, the occurrence might have varied within certain limits without causing our image to vary recognizably. Cited from The Analysis of Mind, by Bertrand Russell
  • It is the first work in recognizably modern English prose, to which Elyot added many new words.
  • His recognizably crooner songs, especially those about Paris, became instant classics.
  • The different palette gives the new graphic another set of colors, which makes it recognizably distinct from the original.
  • His gift, however, was the ability to incorporate these European trends into a new style that was recognizably his own.
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Meaning of recognizably

  • adverb To a recognizable degree
    he was recognizably slimmer now