clearly

Obvious vs Clearly - What's the difference?

obvious | clearly |


As an adjective obvious

is easily discovered, seen, or understood; self-explanatory.

As an adverb clearly is

(manner) in a clear manner.

Clearly vs Soberly - What's the difference?

clearly | soberly |


As adverbs the difference between clearly and soberly

is that clearly is (manner) in a clear manner while soberly is in a sober manner; temperately; coolly; calmly; gravely; seriously.

Clearly vs Clarty - What's the difference?

clearly | clarty |


As an adverb clearly

is (manner) in a clear manner.

As an adjective clarty is

(uk|dialect|northern england) sticky and foul; muddy; filthy; dirty.

Prepare vs Clearly - What's the difference?

prepare | clearly |


As a verb prepare

is .

As an adverb clearly is

(manner) in a clear manner.

Clearly vs Visually - What's the difference?

clearly | visually |


As adverbs the difference between clearly and visually

is that clearly is (manner) in a clear manner while visually is by means of sight.

Exactly vs Clearly - What's the difference?

exactly | clearly |


In manner|lang=en terms the difference between exactly and clearly

is that exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely while clearly is (manner) in a clear manner.

As adverbs the difference between exactly and clearly

is that exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely while clearly is (manner) in a clear manner.

As an interjection exactly

is (signifies agreement or recognition).

Absolutely vs Clearly - What's the difference?

absolutely | clearly |


As adverbs the difference between absolutely and clearly

is that absolutely is in an absolute or unconditional manner; utterly, positively, wholly while clearly is (manner) in a clear manner.

As an interjection absolutely

is yes; certainly; expression indicating strong agreement .

Clearly vs Considerably - What's the difference?

clearly | considerably |


As adverbs the difference between clearly and considerably

is that clearly is (manner) in a clear manner while considerably is significantly; to a degree worth considering.

Clearly vs Accurately - What's the difference?

clearly | accurately |


As adverbs the difference between clearly and accurately

is that clearly is (manner) in a clear manner while accurately is in an accurate manner; exactly; precisely; without error or defect.

Clearly vs Seemingly - What's the difference?

clearly | seemingly |


As adverbs the difference between clearly and seemingly

is that clearly is (manner) in a clear manner while seemingly is to appearances; apparently.

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