unrecognizably


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unrecognizably

(ʌnˌrɛkəɡˈnaɪzəblɪ)
adv
in an unrecognizable or unidentifiable manner
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Adv.1.unrecognizably - beyond recognitionunrecognizably - beyond recognition; in an unrecognizable manner; "he had unrecognizably aged"
recognizably - to a recognizable degree; "he was recognizably slimmer now"
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The artist's interventions enchant the space by equally powerful use of light and darkness that highlight previously unnoticeable details, convert ordinary into unordinary and transform the space unrecognizably.
At least two unrecognizably mangled cars were carried like driftwood all the way to the beach, where they were partly covered in seaweed.
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Even in 10 years' time it will be perhaps unrecognizably different.
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The region is now nearly unrecognizably changed in wake of wartime destruction -- in Lebanon and now Syria -- as well as the destruction of reconstruction and real estate development.
The paper said that "progressive reform is now underpinning Morocco" and the kingdom's "transition toward a diverse modern economy is taking root", adding that "Moroccos strong domestic economic landscape and its embrace of free trade has seen the country develop almost unrecognizably in social and political terms over the last 20 years, backed by average economic growth of 4.
As a result, the look of our country, towns and villages is unrecognizably changing; the industry is developing with advanced rates and its structure is being radically renewed; the hi-tech modern enterprises are being set up; the production is being modernized and diversified; the competitiveness of our economy is growing.
Why did the AKP government change so unrecognizably following its first two terms in power?