Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • So as to be recognized.

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  • adverb In a recognizable manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb to a recognizable degree

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If the last thing the person read was Rendezvous with Rama and the goal is to get them to read something kind of recognizably a similar animal but not quite so, well, you know, I would recommend Iain M. Banks 'Culture novels.

    MIND MELD: New SF/F Recommendations for the Golden Age Reader

  • I know what you mean about the diminishing "signal strength" of a certain kind of recognizably Jewish art and/or mass culture.

    Being Jewish

  • They may be fully integrated and speak English as anyone else does; they may speak a recognizably Aboriginal variety of English; they may speak a creole or pidgin best regarded as an independent language; or they may retain a native Aboriginal language.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VIII No 4

  • In other words, who is the relevant population cohort to judge whether Hamas’ leadership is "recognizably" decimated?

    Hoping That I Know The Ledge | ATTACKERMAN

  • All the same, in spite of its curiously hybridized form and content, the core of English remained recognizably, unshakably, true to its roots.

    The English Is Coming!

  • All the same, in spite of its curiously hybridized form and content, the core of English remained recognizably, unshakably, true to its roots.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Nothing, of course, against our current Ambassador, but I can think of no one who is so recognizably respected.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • Nothing, of course, against our current Ambassador, but I can think of no one who is so recognizably respected.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • Nothing, of course, against our current Ambassador, but I can think of no one who is so recognizably respected.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

  • Nothing, of course, against our current Ambassador, but I can think of no one who is so recognizably respected.

    Rozanne Gold: Lidia's Italy in America

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