patently

Patently vs Null - What's the difference?

patently | null |


As an adverb patently

is in a clear and unambiguous manner.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Completely vs Patently - What's the difference?

completely | patently | Related terms |

Completely is a related term of patently.


As adverbs the difference between completely and patently

is that completely is (manner) in a complete manner; fully; totally; utterly while patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner.

Outright vs Patently - What's the difference?

outright | patently | Synonyms |

Outright is a synonym of patently.


As adverbs the difference between outright and patently

is that outright is wholly, completely and entirely while patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner.

As an adjective outright

is unqualified and unreserved.

As a verb outright

is (sports) to release a player , without conditions.

Patently vs Manifestly - What's the difference?

patently | manifestly | Related terms |

Patently is a related term of manifestly.


As adverbs the difference between patently and manifestly

is that patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner while manifestly is in a manifest manner; obviously.

Patently - What does it mean?

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Downright vs Patently - What's the difference?

downright | patently | Related terms |

Downright is a related term of patently.


As adverbs the difference between downright and patently

is that downright is really; actually; quite; thoroughly; utterly while patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner.

As an adjective downright

is directed vertically; coming straight down.

Altogether vs Patently - What's the difference?

altogether | patently | Related terms |

Altogether is a related term of patently.


As adverbs the difference between altogether and patently

is that altogether is without exception; wholly; completely while patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner.

Patently vs Demonstrably - What's the difference?

patently | demonstrably | Related terms |

Patently is a related term of demonstrably.


As adverbs the difference between patently and demonstrably

is that patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner while demonstrably is in such a manner as to be capable of being demonstrated, shown or proved.

Openly vs Patently - What's the difference?

openly | patently | Related terms |

Openly is a related term of patently.


As adverbs the difference between openly and patently

is that openly is in an open manner, visibly, not covertly while patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner.

Visibly vs Patently - What's the difference?

visibly | patently | Related terms |

Visibly is a related term of patently.


As adverbs the difference between visibly and patently

is that visibly is in a visible manner; openly while patently is in a clear and unambiguous manner.

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