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Surely vs Likely - What's the difference?

surely | likely |


As adverbs the difference between surely and likely

is that surely is without fail while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As an adjective likely is

probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As a noun likely is

something or somebody considered likely.

Generally vs Likely - What's the difference?

generally | likely |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between generally and likely

is that generally is (obsolete) collectively; as a whole; without omissions while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As adverbs the difference between generally and likely

is that generally is popularly or widely while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As an adjective likely is

probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As a noun likely is

something or somebody considered likely.

Fairly vs Likely - What's the difference?

fairly | likely |


As adverbs the difference between fairly and likely

is that fairly is in a fair manner; clearly; openly; plainly; fully; distinctly; frankly while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As an adjective likely is

probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As a noun likely is

something or somebody considered likely.

Isolated vs Likely - What's the difference?

isolated | likely |


As adjectives the difference between isolated and likely

is that isolated is placed or standing apart or alone; in isolation while likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As a verb isolated

is (isolate).

As an adverb likely is

(obsolete) similarly.

As a noun likely is

something or somebody considered likely.

Likely vs Scattered - What's the difference?

likely | scattered |


As adjectives the difference between likely and scattered

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while scattered is randomly distributed.

As an adverb likely

is (obsolete) similarly.

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

As a verb scattered is

(scatter).

Usually vs Likely - What's the difference?

usually | likely |


As adverbs the difference between usually and likely

is that usually is most of the time; less than always, but more than occasionally while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As an adjective likely is

probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As a noun likely is

something or somebody considered likely.

Likely vs Subject - What's the difference?

likely | subject |


As adjectives the difference between likely and subject

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while subject is likely to be affected by or to experience something.

As nouns the difference between likely and subject

is that likely is something or somebody considered likely while subject is (label) in a clause: the word or word group (usually a noun phrase) that is dealt with in active clauses with verbs denoting an action, the subject and the actor are usually the same.

As an adverb likely

is (obsolete) similarly.

As a verb subject is

to cause (someone or something) to undergo a particular experience, especially one that is unpleasant or unwanted.

Highly vs Likely - What's the difference?

highly | likely |


As adverbs the difference between highly and likely

is that highly is in a high or esteemed manner while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As an adjective likely is

probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As a noun likely is

something or somebody considered likely.

Libel vs Likely - What's the difference?

libel | likely |


As nouns the difference between libel and likely

is that libel is a written or pictorial statement which unjustly seeks to damage someone's reputation while likely is something or somebody considered likely.

As a verb libel

is to defame someone, especially in a manner that meets the legal definition of libel.

As an adjective likely is

probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As an adverb likely is

(obsolete) similarly.

Likely vs Practicable - What's the difference?

likely | practicable | Related terms |

Likely is a related term of practicable.


As adjectives the difference between likely and practicable

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while practicable is capable of being accomplished; feasible.

As an adverb likely

is (obsolete) similarly.

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

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