likely

Likely vs Possibley - What's the difference?

likely | possibley |


As adverbs the difference between likely and possibley

is that likely is (obsolete) similarly while possibley is .

As an adjective likely

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

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

Wonder vs Likely - What's the difference?

wonder | likely |


As nouns the difference between wonder and likely

is that wonder is one of the while likely is something or somebody considered likely.

As an adjective likely is

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

As an adverb likely is

(obsolete) similarly.

Likely vs Familiar - What's the difference?

likely | familiar |


As adjectives the difference between likely and familiar

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while familiar is familial.

As an adverb likely

is (obsolete) similarly.

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

Likely vs Common - What's the difference?

likely | common |


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

is that likely is (obsolete) similarly while common is (obsolete) to board together; to eat at a table in common.

As adjectives the difference between likely and common

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while common is mutual; shared by more than one.

As nouns the difference between likely and common

is that likely is something or somebody considered likely while common is mutual good, shared by more than one.

As an adverb likely

is (obsolete) similarly.

As a verb common is

(obsolete) to communicate (something).

Likely vs Likewise - What's the difference?

likely | likewise |


As adverbs the difference between likely and likewise

is that likely is (obsolete) similarly while likewise is (manner) in a similar manner.

As an adjective likely

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

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

Similar vs Likely - What's the difference?

similar | likely |


As adjectives the difference between similar and likely

is that similar is having traits or characteristics in common; alike, comparable while likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As nouns the difference between similar and likely

is that similar is that which is similar to, or resembles, something else, as in quality, form, etc while likely is something or somebody considered likely.

As an adverb likely is

(obsolete) similarly.

Discourse vs Likely - What's the difference?

discourse | likely |


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

is that discourse is (obsolete) dealing; transaction while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As nouns the difference between discourse and likely

is that discourse is (uncountable|archaic) verbal exchange, conversation while likely is something or somebody considered likely.

As a verb discourse

is to engage in discussion or conversation; to converse.

As an adjective likely is

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

As an adverb likely is

(obsolete) similarly.

Likely vs Impossible - What's the difference?

likely | impossible |


As adjectives the difference between likely and impossible

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while impossible is not possible; not able to be done or happen.

As nouns the difference between likely and impossible

is that likely is something or somebody considered likely while impossible is an impossibility.

As an adverb likely

is (obsolete) similarly.

Easy vs Likely - What's the difference?

easy | likely |


As adjectives the difference between easy and likely

is that easy is comfortable; at ease while likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring.

As adverbs the difference between easy and likely

is that easy is in a relaxed or casual manner while likely is (obsolete) similarly.

As nouns the difference between easy and likely

is that easy is something that is easy while likely is something or somebody considered likely.

As a verb easy

is to easy-oar (stop rowing).

Likely vs Properly - What's the difference?

likely | properly |


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

is that likely is (obsolete) similarly while properly is (obsolete) individually; in one's own manner.

As adverbs the difference between likely and properly

is that likely is (obsolete) similarly while properly is in a proper manner.

As an adjective likely

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

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

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