Verisimilar vs Verisimilarly - What's the difference?

verisimilar | verisimilarly |


As an adjective verisimilar

is appearing to be true or real; probable; likely.

As an adverb verisimilarly is

in a verisimilar way; suggesting truthfulness.

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verisimilar

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Appearing to be true or real; probable; likely.
  • *2012 , Matthew Adams, ‘Losing It’, Literary Review , 401:
  • *:Joyce's objection was founded in [...] a reaction to the doggedly linear, heavily patterned artifice of the nineteenth-century novel, the verisimilar credentials of which existed – so, at any rate, the argument runs – in inverse proportion to the conventionality of its narrative style.
  • verisimilarly

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • In a verisimilar way; suggesting truthfulness.