transparently

All Adverb
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  • Any decision will be made transparently and will take into account the interest of the country.
  • But perhaps never before in his life had his eyes become so transparently the windows of his soul. Cited from Angel Island, Inez Haynes Gillmore
  • Your life must be transparently open to the view of God and man. Cited from Seekers after God, by Frederic William Farrar
  • Languages that are transparently related to each other are listed together on the same line.
  • "I have never seen a more transparently innocent face in the whole course of my life." Cited from Enter Bridget, by Thomas Cobb
  • Though they are sometimes considered to be Christian rock, their lyrics are not always transparently Christian.
  • A young lady, rather too transparently shirtwaisted but fair to look upon, asked what she could do for him. Cited from The Haunted Bookshop, by Christopher Morley
  • Others objected to the use of public property for what was transparently commercial promotion.
  • The Foundation does everything in its power to deal properly and transparently with its own status as a public foundation.
  • But his style is lucid and he was willing to present transparently the evidence against his own case.
  • He was transparently true, and she did not doubt for a moment that he was sincere in all he said. Cited from A Crooked Path, by Mrs. Alexander
  • We are announcing this now so we can actively and transparently begin the process.
  • Some debuggers operate on a single specific language while others can handle multiple languages transparently.
  • Data can usually be converted to other types transparently.
  • She looked so weak as she spoke, her face was so transparently white, that I trembled with fear. Cited from The Harvest of Years, by Martha Lewis Beckwith Ewell
  • The only way to win her was to be transparently honest. Cited from The Captain of the Kansas, by Louis Tracy
  • At least, he was less transparently thin; but the difficulty he had in walking was more apparent than before. Cited from Taquisara, by F. Marion Crawford
  • For was not she a child after all, transparently simple and candid, and very much a woman-child at that! Cited from Deadham Hard, by Lucas Malet
  • The word should be a window to the thought and should transmit it as transparently as possible. Cited from The Theory of the Theatre, by Clayton Hamilton
  • It is done transparently for applications; in most cases it does not require re-programming of an application.
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Meaning of transparently

  • adverb So as to be easily understood or seen through
    his transparently lucid prose, his transparently deceitful behavior
  • adverb So as to allow the passage of light
    the red brilliance of the claret shines transparently in our glasses