unmistakably


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Synonyms for unmistakably

in a signal manner

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His whiskers were fair and glossy, and he had a large dimple, of unmistakably British origin, in the middle of his handsome chin.
She did not approve of the personality of Edgar Caswall, and his struggle with Mimi had frightened her; but he was unmistakably an excellent PARTI, much better than she could have any right to expect.
It was unmistakably a symptom that something of his old passion for her had been revived; duty and desire ran hand-in-hand.
Riviere appeared, shaved, smoothed-out, but still unmistakably drawn and serious.
In the very expression of his face this naivete was unmistakably evident, this disbelief in the insincerity of others, and unsuspecting disregard of irony or humour in their words.
cried Denisov, recognizing from a distance the unmistakably lifeless attitude- very familiar to him- in which Petya's body was lying.
She referred to a matter that was a perpetual source of bewilderment to her--the extraordinary incapacity of the human race, in a world where the good is so unmistakably divided from the bad, of distinguishing one from the other, and embodying what ought to be done in a few large, simple Acts of Parliament, which would, in a very short time, completely change the lot of humanity.
Casaubon's ear, Dorothea's voice gave loud emphatic iteration to those muffled suggestions of consciousness which it was possible to explain as mere fancy, the illusion of exaggerated sensitiveness: always when such suggestions are unmistakably repeated from without, they are resisted as cruel and unjust.
It is unmistakably good up to a certain point, and then unmistakably bad, but with always good enough in it to be forever imperishable.
Gosse's purely descriptive power, his aptitude for still-life and landscape, is unmistakably vivid and sound.
As unmistakably as though a human voice had spoken, the lion had said to him "I am hungry, even more than hungry.
There were shrieks and screams, some unmistakably of grief, others unmistakably of unendurable pain.
Jerry had never forgotten the ecstasy of the hair, unmistakably doggy in scent, which had filled his mouth at his one successful nip.
In addition, he could sing by himself, and unmistakably, such simple airs as "Home, Sweet Home," "God save the King," and "The Sweet By and By.
One morning my father received a letter from Lady Malkinshaw herself, informing him, in a handwriting crooked with poignant grief, and blotted at every third word by the violence of virtuous indignation, that "Thersites Junior" was his own son, and that, in one of the last of the "ribald's" caricatures her own venerable features were unmistakably represented as belonging to the body of a large owl!