What is another word for markedly?

233 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ mˈɑːkɪdlɪ], [ mˈɑːkɪdlɪ], [ m_ˈɑː_k_ɪ_d_l_ɪ]

There are several synonyms for the word "markedly" that can be used to express noticeable changes or differences. Some of these synonyms include significantly, remarkably, prominently, conspicuously, strikingly, visibly and distinctly. When trying to highlight the main point of an argument or discussion, these synonyms can help emphasize the importance of a particular issue or fact. For example, "Her improvement in academic performance was strikingly apparent in her recent test scores." Or, "The new product design has distinctly improved user experience." Incorporating these synonyms into writing can add variation and power to one's language, making it more effective in conveying ideas.

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What are the opposite words for markedly?

The antonyms for the word "markedly" can vary depending on the context in which it is used. Generally, these antonyms could be stated as "slightly," "marginally," "a little," or "somewhat." In the absence of a clear, distinguishing feature or attribute, markedly can be replaced by words such as "indistinctly," "vaguely," "faintly," or "obscurely." Alternatively, in a world where distinctiveness, clarity, and boldness are valued more, "conservatively," "modestly," "subdued," or "unremarkably" could be considered antonyms for markedly. Overall, antonyms for "markedly" are any words or phrases that imply a lack of attention, significance, or distinctiveness.

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Usage examples for Markedly

He distinguished him in every way, and as markedly showed that he felt little affection for the other.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
After tea the old gentleman seemed markedly improved, and readily retired at a rather early hour upon his daughter's suggestion.
"The Man from Jericho"
Edwin Carlile Litsey
Miss Brock reports that she has grown markedly weaker in the last twenty-four hours.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford

Famous quotes with Markedly

  • I am conservative by temperament. I disapprove of criminal activity. I am very solidly and markedly on the side of authority. The truth is I would rather err on the side of too much authority than too little.
    James Ellroy
  • There have been studies that clearly state that children who are exposed to arts education at a young age will in fact do markedly better in their SAT tests.
    Marvin Hamlisch
  • Technique is noticed most markedly in the case of those who have not mastered it.
    Leon Trotsky
  • The contingency of history (both for life in general and for the cultures of ) and human free will (in the factual rather than theological sense) are conjoined concepts, and no better evidence can be produced than the “experimental” production of markedly different solutions in identical environments.
    Stephen Jay Gould
  • All life on earth - everything from bacteria to mushrooms to hippos - shares an astonishing range of detailed biochemical similarities, including the structure of heredity in DNA and RNA, and the universal use of ATP as an energy-storing compound. Two possible scenarios, with markedly different implications for the nature of life, might explain these regularities: either all earthly life shares these features because no other chemistry can work, or these similarities only record the common descent of all organisms on earth from a single origin that happened to feature this chemistry as one possibility among many.
    Stephen Jay Gould

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