Definition of Transparently

1. Adverb. So as to be easily understood or seen through. "His transparently deceitful behavior"

Partainyms: Transparent



2. Adverb. So as to allow the passage of light. "The red brilliance of the claret shines transparently in our glasses"
Partainyms: Transparent

Definition of Transparently

1. Adverb. in a transparent manner; with nothing hidden. ¹

2. Adverb. (context: manner) So as to admit light without distortion. ¹

3. Adverb. (context: modal) So as to be readily perceived and understood. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Transparently

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transparently

transpalatine
transparence
transparences
transparencies
transparency
transparent
transparent dentin
transparent gem
transparent quartz
transparent septum
transparent substance
transparent ulcer of the cornea
transparentize
transparentized
transparentizes
transparently (current term)
transparentness
transparietal
transpartisan
transpeciate
transpeciated
transpeciates
transpeciating
transpeptidase
transpeptidases
transpeptidation

Literary usage of Transparently

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1. My American Diary by Clare Sheridan (1922)
"One or two in night attire were completely and transparently silhouetted in their doorways. The streets in this district being thronged, there is perfect ..."

2. The Gate Beautiful: Being Principles and Methods in Vital Art Education by John Ward Stimson (1903)
"... and the principles of symmetrical balance and decorative contrast, are now more beautifully and transparently evident. It would be well, also, ..."

3. A Natural History of the British Lepidoptera: A Text-book for Students and by James William Tutt (1904)
"Viewed transparently, the anterior borders of the abdominal segments show numerous pits, which are somewhat oval, with their anterior margins raised or ..."

4. The Common Law by Robert William Chambers (1911)
""Tall, transparently pale, negative in character." His father glanced up over his spectacles, and h« hesitated; then, as his father resumed his reading: " I ..."

5. The Common Law by Robert William Chambers (1911)
""Tall, transparently pale, negative in character." His father glanced up over his spectacles, and he hesitated; then, as his father resumed his reading: " I ..."

6. Eucalyptus by Abbot Kinney (1895)
"E. piperita, Sm. Leaves less shining beneath, much transparently dotted ... E. microcorys, FM Leaves thin, much paler beneath, much transparently dotted, ..."

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