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apparently judging from all available information or visible evidence; seemingly. [1/2 definitions]
blue streak something fast and seemingly endless, as some talk. [1/2 definitions]
collage a type of visual art work in which diverse and often seemingly incongruous materials, such as photographs, buttons, hair, and the like, are pasted upon a surface, often with added marks or writing.
crib death sudden infant death syndrome, the unexpected death of a seemingly healthy infant, usu. occurring within the first year of life, and usu. occurring in the infant's sleep.
dormant asleep or seemingly asleep; sluggish. [1/5 definitions]
dryness quiet, seemingly unconscious humor. [1/3 definitions]
enigma a puzzling, seemingly contradictory, or mysterious phenomenon, statement, drawing, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
eternity a seemingly endless or extremely long time. [1/3 definitions]
freak1 something highly unusual and seemingly without cause, such as a snowstorm in summer or a sudden, radical change of mind. [1/4 definitions]
furtive seemingly underhanded; shifty. [1/2 definitions]
glide to move in a smooth and seemingly effortless manner. [1/9 definitions]
insidious seemingly or outwardly harmless, but actually very dangerous. [1/2 definitions]
interminable endless or seemingly endless; monotonously long.
kick upstairs (informal) to promote to a seemingly higher-level job having less responsibility, so as to both flatter and dispose of (someone).
kittenish lively and innocent, or seemingly so.
lithesome characterized by light, graceful, seemingly effortless movements; lithe; lissome.
night and day without rest or interruption; unceasingly or seemingly unceasingly.
opinionated having definite and unchangeable opinions, often seemingly on all subjects.
outwardly seemingly or apparently. [1/2 definitions]
phantom seemingly real but actually nonexistent. [1/4 definitions]
rationalization the act or process of accounting for one's behavior, events, or the like, with seemingly reasonable and logical explanations which are actually self-serving attempts to excuse or justify.