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- adv. In a marked manner; distinctly, noticeably, conspicuously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a marked manner; manifestly; noticeably; so as to excite attention.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a clearly noticeable manner
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Biology. a usually inferior organism, esp. a plant, varying markedly from the normal.
He was the RCMP media relations officer who had given a statement of events shortly after the Dziekanski killing that differed markedly from the video evidence and subsequent testimony, and I was all ears.
South Korea's response to its neighbor differs markedly from the stance taken by China, whose president, Hu Jintao, last week congratulated Kim Jong Il on his reelection as general secretary of the Workers 'Party.
That amounts to a kind of conservatism which differs markedly from the revolutionary ideology Jefferson expressed in the Declaration.
The terrorist attacks on 9/11 dramatically altered our foreign policy for eight years, but now President Obama is once again markedly shifting America's grand strategy in a way that some claim is leaving "America in retreat."
There is no guarantee the U.S. economy will be in markedly better shape by June, even with a stimulus of this size.
Yet all of these stories are accessible to readers of all backgrounds, because they show how religious themes speak to common human concerns about family and life's purpose, even in markedly transformed worlds.
Engels's German Ideology made it clear that historicist literary studies departed markedly from the kind of spiritualized humanism associated with critics like Abrams.
I find it to be an interesting omission of outrage in markedly similar instances of diplomatic blunders.
Both these perspectives, for and against the military on seemingly feminist terms, ultimately seek the extension of women's citizenship, but define it in markedly different ways.