from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. To appearances; apparently.
- adv. In a seemly manner; decorously; with propriety.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In appearance; in show; in semblance; apparently; ostensibly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a seeming manner; apparently; ostensibly; in appearance; in show; in semblance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. from appearances alone
Never has a label seemingly applied so well to a situation.
Given that the Canopic jars of Egyptians hold the vital organs of the deceased should they be of use in the afterlife, the title seemingly endows the claw with the function of extracting the metal insides of the deceased Chrysler Imperial god.
In hindsight, the title seemingly refers less to a central plot element than it does the thought that the film itself is just an empty suit awaiting occupancy and, concurrently, a pulse.
In his freely available manuscript, entitled "On the Origin of Gravity and the Laws of Newton,"-the title seemingly paying homage to
City moved up to second in the table with the result in October and are back there at the moment, with their push for the title seemingly only set to get stronger as they prepare to flex their considerable financial muscle in the January transfer window.
-- The chances of defending her title seemingly all but lost in a tangled web of technical errors of her short program, Alissa Czisny's coach has one goal in mind for her skater entering tonight's ladies final at the U.S.
But heading into the final round alternate-shot foursomes, the duo hold their smallest overnight advantage of the week after Italy and defending champions Sweden closed the gap to leave the title seemingly remaining in Europe with a further five shots to Japan and South Africa.
But heading into today's final-round foursomes, the duo hold their smallest overnight advantage of the week after Italy and defending champions Sweden closed the gap to leave the title seemingly remaining in Europe with a further five shots to Japan and South Africa.
It is a match Liverpool must win if they are to continue their fight for what realistically is a top-four finish, with the title seemingly out of reach.
The term seemingly came out of nowhere in late 2007.
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