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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"She won the Academy Award for transforming herself unrecognizably into a serial killer in 'Monster' and she earned another Oscar nomination for 'North Country,'" Nicita added.
The face of cybersecurity has changed in drastic ways, unrecognizably and almost beyond hyperbole, since companies first started installing dial-up connections in the 1980s.
Both Russian and Israeli capabilities have changed unrecognizably in the last 48 years.
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.
In addition the magazine selected, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who was given the nickname "The Little Man Rocket" by Trump, and who over the past year has raised fears of nuclear confrontation unrecognizably and has become one of the leading figures in the global information flow.
Pennyfeather's surprisingly effective disguise of a heavy cavalry moustache is reminiscent of Mrs Ellen Wood's East Lynne (1861), in which an adulterous mother returns as governess to her own children after being "unrecognizably" disfigured.
The fact that she got the trophy for a role in which she almost unrecognizably disappeared behind her mask in some scenes cannot be held against her.
But he also views the world as almost unrecognizably dangerous: a place where gang members seek to set records for killing cops, where a kid "in every school" is thinking about racking up "a body count." The recent wave of "massacres" is just the beginning.
Even in 10 years' time it will be perhaps unrecognizably different.
The first and most famous of these was when Dylan retreated from rock stardom after his murkily documented mid-1966 motorcycle accident and then reemerged as an almost unrecognizably calmer, more grounded figure.