Apparently and Quasi


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Apparently adverb – To all outward appearances.
Quasi and apparently are semantically related in almost topic. In some cases you can use "Quasi" instead an adjective "Apparently".
Nearby Word: apparent
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Quasi adjective – Having some resemblance.
Apparently and quasi are semantically related in almost topic. You can use "Apparently" instead an adjective "Quasi".
Synonyms for Quasi

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  • Banks starts off apparently about a deposed prince gaining back his throne from the Evil Chancellor on a quasi-medieval planet, while more advanced aliens manipulate things behind the scenes.
  • Our Zombies Are Different Only the English version calls them zombies; they were apparently supposed to be quasi-Quasimodos.
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