What is another word for transparently?

Pronunciation: [tɹanspˈaɹəntli] (IPA)

The word transparently is commonly used to describe something that is easily understood or clear. However, there are several synonyms for this term that can further convey the same idea. For instance, the word obviously implies that something is evident without any doubt or ambiguity. Similarly, the expression plainly suggests that whatever is being referred to is not complicated or difficult to comprehend. Other words that can be used as synonyms for transparently include clearly, openly, straightforwardly, and candidly. These terms can be used interchangeably depending on the context and the tone of the message being conveyed.

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What are the opposite words for transparently?

The opposite of "transparently" is "obscurely". If something is done obscurely, it means that it is done in a way that is not clear or easily understandable. It may be done in secret or concealed so that others cannot see what is going on. Similarly, the term "opaque" is often used to describe something that is not transparent or does not allow light to pass through. Alternatively, the phrase "under the table" is often used to describe an action that is done secretly or in a dishonest manner, rather than transparently. These antonyms for "transparently" describe actions or situations where there is no clear understanding or visibility of what is taking place.

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Usage examples for Transparently

The black eyes and transparently white complexions of the Greek ladies, their raven hair and heavy brows, their magnificent calm and their languid attitudes, contrast strangely with the fair women of many countries, whose husbands, or fathers, or brothers, or uncles are attached to the different embassies.
"Paul Patoff"
F. Marion Crawford
"Just in case any emperor should happen in," he tried to explain it, taking a transparently jocose manner with himself.
"The Missourian"
Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
His bloodless lips were firmly pressed together, and the small hand, upon which his pale brow rested, was transparently thin and white.
"Berlin and Sans-Souci"
Louise Muhlbach

Famous quotes with Transparently

  • Red Carpet has a nice package abstraction layer that allows us to support RPMs and DEBs transparently.
    Nat Friedman
  • When I say something untrue on the air, I mean for it to be transparently untrue. I assume people know when I'm just saying something for effect. Or to be funny.
    Ira Glass
  • Where we're coming down is we currently have $787 billion of stimulus that's been passed. We're certainly focusing on spending that money as quickly and as efficiently and as transparently as we can. We think that's absolutely the right strategy.
    Christina Romer
  • Children wear their natures like brightly-colored clothes; that’s why they lie so transparently. Adulthood is the art of deceit.
    Robert Charles Wilson
  • We tend to think of [Hitler] as an idiot because the central tenet of his ideology was idiotic – and idiotic, of course, it transparently is. Anti-Semitism is a world view through a pinhole: as scientists say about a bad theory, it is not even wrong. Nietzsche tried to tell Wagner that it was beneath contempt. Sartre was right for once when he said that through anti-Semitism any halfwit could become a member of an elite. But, as the case of Wagner proves, a man can have this poisonous bee in his bonnet and still be a creative genius. Hitler was a destructive genius, whose evil gifts not only beggar description but invite denial, because we find it more comfortable to believe that their consequences were produced by historical forces than to believe that he was a historical force. Or perhaps we just lack the vocabulary. Not many of us, in a secular age, are willing to concede that, in the form of Hitler, Satan visited the Earth, recruited an army of sinners, and fought and won a battle against God. We would rather talk the language of pseudoscience, which at least seems to bring such events to order. But all such language can do is shift the focus of attention down to the broad mass of the German people, which is what Goldhagen has done, in a way that, at least in part, lets Hitler off the hook – and unintentionally reinforces his central belief that it was the destiny of the Jewish race to be expelled from the Volk as an inimical presence.
    Clive James

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