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vis·i·ble

 (vĭz′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Possible to see; perceptible to the eye: a visible object.
2.
a. Obvious to the eye: a visible change of expression.
b. Being often in the public view; conspicuous.
3. Manifest; apparent: no visible solution to the problem.
4. On hand; available: a visible supply.
5. Constructed or designed to keep important parts in easily accessible view: a visible file.
6. Represented visually, as by symbols.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin vīsibilis, from vīsus, past participle of vidēre, to see; see vision.]

vis′i·ble·ness n.
vis′i·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.visibly - in a visible mannervisibly - in a visible manner; "he was visibly upset"
invisibly - without being seen; "these organisms enter the body invisibly"
2.visibly - so as to be visiblevisibly - so as to be visible; "the sign was visibly displayed"
Translations
بصورَةٍ مَرْئِيَّه
viditelně
láthatóan
sÿnilega, greinilega
viditeľne
görünür şekilde

visibly

[ˈvɪzəblɪ] ADVvisiblemente
many were visibly moved by what they sawmuchos estaban visiblemente emocionados por lo que habían visto
he was visibly shaken by his ordealestaba visiblemente afectado por la terrible experiencia vivida
she was visibly thinnerestaba visiblemente más delgada

visibly

[ˈvɪzɪbli] advvisiblement

visibly

advsichtbar, sichtlich; deteriorate, decayzusehends

visibly

[ˈvɪzəblɪ] advvisibilmente

visible

(ˈvizəbl) adjective
able to be seen. The house is visible through the trees; The scar on her face is scarcely visible now.
ˈvisibly adverb
ˌvisiˈbility noun
the range of distance over which things may be (clearly) seen. Visibility is poor today; Visibility in the fog was down to twenty yards in places.
References in classic literature ?
So saying he visibly smugged and went off to telegraph for a brigade of cutthroats to protect Christian interests.
Athos nevertheless was visibly anxious to find someone of whom he could ask a question.
He was visibly affected in a way that forbade me to entertain a doubt of his sincerity.
Though Mr Allworthy was not of himself hasty to see things in a disadvantageous light, and was a stranger to the public voice, which seldom reaches to a brother or a husband, though it rings in the ears of all the neighbourhood; yet was this affection of Mrs Blifil to Tom, and the preference which she too visibly gave him to her own son, of the utmost disadvantage to that youth.
On entering the forest the horses began to snort and sweated visibly.
At any small surprise of the senses he would start visibly and sometimes turn pale, then relapse into a melancholy apathy deeper than before.
Varenka, with her white kerchief on her black hair, surrounded by the children, gaily and good-humoredly looking after them, and at the same time visibly excited at the possibility of receiving a declaration from the man she cared for, was very attractive.
She gave me a look that I remarked at the moment; then, visibly, with a quick blankness, seemed to try to take it back.
It was very tiring and slow work, yet I did visibly gain ground; and as we drew near the Cape of the Woods, though I saw I must infallibly miss that point, I had still made some hundred yards of easting.
Now the Irregularity of a Male is a matter of measurement; but as all Women are straight, and therefore visibly Regular so to speak, one has to devise some other means of ascertaining what I may call their invisible Irregularity, that is to say their potential Irregularities as regards possible offspring.
The rosy man had grown pale; his flesh had fallen away; he was visibly balder and older; and yet it was not so much these tokens of a swift physical decay that arrested the lawyer's notice, as a look in the eye and quality of manner that seemed to testify to some deep-seated terror of the mind.
It was true that he had been industrious at the bank, but no more so than the cashier, who had seven small children and was visibly sinking in decline.