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The example sentences of SEEMINGLY in videos (15 in total of 401)

but coordinating conjunction why wh-adverb did verb, past tense pfizer proper noun, singular suddenly adverb make verb, base form an determiner announcement noun, singular or mass without preposition or subordinating conjunction seemingly adverb coordinating verb, gerund or present participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction federal adjective agencies noun, plural ?
so adverb on preposition or subordinating conjunction that determiner happy adjective note noun, singular or mass , let verb, base form s proper noun, singular explore verb, base form how wh-adverb the determiner seemingly adverb innocuous adjective book noun, singular or mass has verb, 3rd person singular present survived verb, past participle
his possessive pronoun appearance noun, singular or mass on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner bashir proper noun, singular special noun, singular or mass showed verb, past tense a determiner seemingly adverb happy adjective and coordinating conjunction healthy adjective young adjective man noun, singular or mass ,
but coordinating conjunction what wh-pronoun do verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun make verb, non-3rd person singular present of preposition or subordinating conjunction princess proper noun, singular diana proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction michael proper noun, singular jackson proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular seemingly adverb close verb, base form relationship noun, singular or mass ?
in preposition or subordinating conjunction our possessive pronoun world noun, singular or mass - in preposition or subordinating conjunction which wh-determiner there existential there are verb, non-3rd person singular present many adjective , seemingly adverb disconnected verb, past tense phenomena noun, singular or mass - emerges verb, 3rd person singular present from preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner
v proper noun, singular 8 cardinal number vegetable proper noun, singular juice proper noun, singular proper noun, singular although preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner seemingly adverb perfect adjective name noun, singular or mass for preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner veggie noun, singular or mass - based verb, past participle drink noun, singular or mass proper noun, singular has verb, 3rd person singular present n't adverb
china proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular insatiable adjective growth noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present seemingly adverb now adverb maturing verb, gerund or present participle into preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner new adjective phase noun, singular or mass - one cardinal number where wh-adverb the determiner
of preposition or subordinating conjunction being verb, gerund or present participle super adjective into preposition or subordinating conjunction someone noun, singular or mass who wh-pronoun seemingly adverb does verb, 3rd person singular present not adverb notice verb, base form , or coordinating conjunction does verb, 3rd person singular present notice noun, singular or mass , but coordinating conjunction just adverb
for preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner infamous adjective mass proper noun, singular transit proper noun, singular incident noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner original adjective ecw proper noun, singular , new proper noun, singular jack proper noun, singular seemingly adverb
to to a determiner web proper noun, singular site noun, singular or mass operator noun, singular or mass for preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner site noun, singular or mass with preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner common adjective , seemingly adverb harmless adjective name noun, singular or mass .
look verb, base form back adverb with preposition or subordinating conjunction more adjective, comparative clarity noun, singular or mass , and coordinating conjunction seemingly adverb doesn proper noun, singular t proper noun, singular hold verb, non-3rd person singular present any determiner hard adjective feelings noun, plural towards preposition or subordinating conjunction wwe proper noun, singular .
despite preposition or subordinating conjunction lana proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction her personal pronoun on preposition or subordinating conjunction - screen noun, singular or mass husband noun, singular or mass bobby proper noun, singular lashley proper noun, singular seemingly adverb being verb, gerund or present participle on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner
also adverb , the determiner spellcaster proper noun, singular seemingly adverb absorbed verb, past tense an determiner evil adjective spirit noun, singular or mass that preposition or subordinating conjunction attacked verb, past participle her possessive pronoun , which wh-determiner saved verb, past tense her possessive pronoun
when wh-adverb he personal pronoun arrives verb, 3rd person singular present at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner clinic noun, singular or mass , he personal pronoun sees verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner patients noun, plural seemingly adverb become verb, non-3rd person singular present robotic adjective ,
at preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner point noun, singular or mass , the determiner doctor noun, singular or mass seemingly adverb penetrates verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner mind noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction simon proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun father noun, singular or mass ,

Use "seemingly" in a sentence | "seemingly" example sentences

How to use "seemingly" in a sentence?

  • I hope you're proud of yourself for the times you've said "yes," when all it meant was extra work for you and was seemingly helpful only to someone else.
    -Fred Rogers-
  • Lois and Alexander are by far the most beautiful creatures in the class; their beauty is like the beauty of plants, seemingly untroubled by vanity, anxiety or effort.
    -Christopher Isherwood-
  • Nothing is more inspiring than a person with seemingly mediocre talent rising against the odds to become a champion by way of hard work, effort, and perseverance toward their goals.
    -Zig Ziglar-
  • I feel like Travis [Stevens] is just a Midas touch producer. Seemingly everything he touches turns to gold lately, so that was quite exciting looking at that prospect.
    -Barbara Crampton-
  • We want to infuse our day with good habits so that we can turn seemingly mundane situations into a ceremony of goodness.
    -Sakyong Mipham-
  • she was beautiful and seemingly quite intelligent, what with her pentameter search system. There wasn't a reason in the world not to find her appealing.
    -Haruki Murakami-
  • She strived for perfection. She loved setting herself tasks, sometimes impossible ones, to prove to her heart that underneath every seemingly ugly thing there was something beautiful inside.
    -Cecelia Ahern-
  • The union of opposites, in so far as they are really complementary, always results in the most perfect harmony; and the seemingly incongruous is often the most natural.
    -Stefan Zweig-

Definition and meaning of SEEMINGLY

What does "seemingly mean?"

/ˈsēmiNGlē/

seemingly

adverb
so as to give impression of having certain quality.

What are synonyms of "seemingly"?
Some common synonyms of "seemingly" are:
  • apparently,
  • outwardly,
  • evidently,
  • superficially,
  • supposedly,
  • avowedly,
  • allegedly,
  • professedly,
  • purportedly,
  • pretendedly,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/əˈperəntlē/

apparently
adverb

According to what you heard; from what can be seen.

/ˈoutwərdlē/

outwardly
adverb

on surface.

/ˈevədəntlē/

evidently
adverb

In a manner that is easy to see, notice, or sense.

/ˌso͞opərˈfiSHəlē/

superficially
adverb

as to outward appearance only.

/səˈpōzədlē/

supposedly
adverb

according to what is generally assumed or believed.

/əˈvouədlē/

avowedly
adverb

as asserted, admitted, or stated publicly.

/əˈlejədlē/

allegedly
adverb

According to what has been alleged.

/prəˈfesədlē/

professedly
adverb other

ostensibly. With pretense or intention to deceive.

/pərˈpôrdədlē/

purportedly
adverb

as appears or is stated to be true, though not necessarily so.

What are antonyms of "seemingly"?
Some common antonyms of "seemingly" are:
  • genuinely,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈjenyo͞oənlē/

genuinely
adverb

in truthful way.