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- adv. In a latent manner
- adv. secretly
- adv. invisibly
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a secret or concealed manner; invisibly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a latent manner.
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Since they were "latently" infected and might progress to disease, we ensured that they remained healthy for a period of at least two years after exposure
Although he didn't get to flash as much skin as his latently exhibitionist nature might have desired, he did reveal much, much more about himself, his co-stars and other behind-the-scenes secrets.
At the same time, he's angry at the 'stupidity of the general public' that, with trivial jealousy, drags down the people who latently aspire to participating in the world of the intellectual elite.
In Romantic phonology, by contrast, estrangement is retained within: the most venturesome wording latently othered to itself by way of phonemic contingency.
And they ignored his latent hatred for America which was not so latently expressed in his books.
If we've sentimentalized Ebenezer Scrooge and Tiny Tim, there's truth in the charge they're latently -- maybe more than latently -- sentimental figures to begin with.
She even tsk tsked at my belly button ring I latently added at 32.
We are latently enslaved by our own ingenuity, and we have unknowingly constructed a simulated world.
He paces the room, finally telling Hetfield that the singer is “self-absorbed” and “latently controlling.”
If I give my Jewish friend a gift and he doesn't give me one am I, consciously or subconsciously, latently or blatently, perpetuating the cheap parasitic outsider Jew stereotype?