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- adv. In a clear manner.
- adv. Without a doubt; obviously.
- adv. To a degree clearly discernible.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a clear manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a clear manner.
- Plainly; evidently; so as to leave no doubt: as, the fact is clearly proved.
- With distinct mental discernment: as, to know a thing clearly.
- Distinctly; plainly; with or so as to permit clear perception or understanding.
- Without entanglement, confusion, or embarrassment.
- Plainly; honestly; candidly.
- Without impediment, restriction, or reserve.
- Synonyms Distinctly, Clearly. See distinctly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an easily perceptible manner
- adv. without doubt or question
- adv. in an intelligible manner
- adv. clear to the mind; with distinct mental discernment
In our studies, we have screened out complaints that clearly didn't involve unintended acceleration or clearly looked like driver error, such as misuse or accidental activation of the cruise control.
Nutritional Information: While the label clearly advertises this beverage as a zero calorie cola, we are not entirely certain that its minimal calorie content is simply not required to be noted in the nutritional information.
Sarah Palin clearly is rushing to cash in on her 15 minutes of fame.
Sarah Palin clearly is the highest profile fresh face and the person who epitomized the heart and soul of the Republican Party 2008.
Palin clearly is not that and should be an embarrassment to all the women around the world who achieved the highest education levels.
Despite the proliferation of attractive actresses, including the gorgeous Courtney Cox, adopting the moniker -- "Cougartown" is on its way -- the title clearly has some negative connotations.
He may also be picked up and waltzed around the house while having the Happy Birthday song sung to him, a process he tolerates with an expression that clearly translates as Why me, Lord?
The title clearly makes the case that Cicerone has “acquiesced” with the obstruction of Thompson and the text makes clear that Cicerone is not interested in applying the data policies that he is meant to be responsible for.
The South African turned to her, his expression clearly not friendly.
“The label clearly states that it is purified water.”
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