from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a noticeable way.
- adv. To a detectable degree, sufficient to be noticed.
- adv. In truth and observably.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a noticeable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a noticeable manner or degree; so as to be noticed or observed: as, she is noticeably better to-day.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a noticeable manner
McCain noticeably began to falter on his stance on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" after former congressman J.D. Hayworth announced the launch of his primary campaign to unseat the Republican lawmaker.
I'd work hard enough to get the health and weight-loss benefits of (A) and (B), and also to begin noticeably improving my aerobic fitness and strength.
People notice different details and usually speak in noticeably different ways.
Yet while both had reasons to reproduce masculine xivongo traditions focused on ancestral migrations and chiefly genealogy, their narratives departed from official versions of clan history in noticeably gendered ways.
As the evidence was relayed to Cowart, her expression noticeably changed to awe.
The Obama who took on the Republican ambassador, perennial presidential candidate, talk-show host, and motormouth Alan Keyes in the Illinois Senate debates of 2004 — a relaxed, funny politician unafraid to go jab for jab — differed noticeably from the surprisingly tentative, slow-to-attack candidate who survived but did not triumph through this season’s debates.
One word noticeably absent during Cowher's farewell to the Steelers was retirement — he said it makes him sound old.
Bush's personal image also has weakened noticeably, which is reflected in people's one-word descriptions of the president.
Video: Election tweets in French noticeably absent
"They had to know," Madoff, described as noticeably thinner and dressed in khaki prison clothing, said in a visiting room in the federal prison in Butner, North Carolina.