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visibly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvisiblyvis‧i‧bly /ˈvɪzəbli/ AWL adverb  NOTICEin a way that is easy to see or noticevisibly shaken/shocked/upset etc She was visibly shaken by the news.
Examples from the Corpus
visiblyHe seemed to be visibly losing weight.Provided there's nothing visibly offensive on the cover, it's not illegal to send catalogues like this through the post.Once, when morale was sagging, a visibly pregnant IsabelIa rode up to cheer the troops.Wayne Gretzky, visibly shaken, skated over to check on his wife during a 10-minute delay in the game.He was visibly upset by the loss.Her parents, visibly upset, decided to allow her to calm down and not to disturb her.After all, this is the woman who visibly was irritated by Miss Piggy on her prime-time Christmas special.visibly shaken/shocked/upset etcAfter his Bolton wandering had turned into a rout, some of his staff were visibly shaken.Manager Graham Taylor, already facing a barrage of criticism for his team selections and match strategies, was visibly shocked.Gretzky was visibly upset after skating over to check on his wife.As the minutes of silence and confusion unfolded, the crush eased and a visibly shaken band were allowed back onstage.Her parents, visibly upset, decided to allow her to calm down and not to disturb her.As he spoke he was still visibly shaken: I let her have it.Wayne Gretzky, visibly shaken, skated over to check on his wife during a 10-minute delay in the game.He gets visibly upset when talking about the transplants, saying they needlessly subject children to harrowing side effects.
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