supposedly vs supposably

supposedly supposably

Definitions

  • 1) As a matter of supposition; in the beliefs or according to the claims of some people.
  • 2) believed or reputed to be the case

Definitions

  • 1) able to be supposed or conjectured.

Examples

  • 1) But at the time of the murder, she was supposedly in a cab trying to find an open florist shop.
  • 2) He was an Indian named Manny Elk Antler, a Pawnee, supposedly.
  • 3) Beyond an intention to make something decadent for women—or "queens" as the "Q" in the name supposedly represents—Mr. Williams confessed why he designed his own adult dairy drink.
  • 4) “Useful idiots” was the term supposedly coined by V.
  • 5) The term supposedly refers to House and Senate committee leaders, including Nancy Pelosi, who were briefed on the subject by the CIA.
  • 6) June 14th, 2006 at 4:58 pm me to me: the term supposedly means “Evil Parallel Universe” and means your comment at the end of a previous thread was never seen because a new thread was started while you were posting.
  • 7) When with his band of followers he was established at Novgorod the name of Russia came into existence, supposedly from the Finnish word _ruotsi_, meaning rowers or sea-farers.
  • 8) "Useful idiots" was the term supposedly coined by V.
  • 9) "Useful idiots" was the term supposedly coined by V.I. Lenin to describe similarly unthinking supporters of his dictatorship in the Soviet Union.
  • 10) ‘The first indication it had supposedly happened was a look of frozen horror as he took his first bite.’
  • 11) ‘Even areas that are supposedly protected are absurdly abused, the dossier alleges.’
  • 12) ‘Believe it or not, these supposedly silly methods can make all the difference.’
  • 13) ‘That one arm of a supposedly free press would do this to another is irony indeed.’
  • 14) ‘What's worse is when these people are supposedly your elders and betters and making such a public show of it.’
  • 15) ‘As with so many sports, the dawn of a new century brought nostalgia for a supposedly vanished golden age.’
  • 16) ‘Prehistoric art shows magical rites which supposedly ensured successful hunting.’
  • 17) ‘For an economy that has supposedly abolished boom and bust, those are pretty big moves and of the bust type.’
  • 18) ‘It's the Americans who want the end of February to be the final of a series of supposedly final deadlines.’
  • 19) ‘It's supposedly a true story from a young boy who managed to escape the slums by becoming a photographer.’
  • 20) ‘This is supposedly all in the name of improved efficiency and reduced costs.’
  • 21) ‘The result on screen is a form of animation but supposedly with realistic movements and emotions.’
  • 22) ‘Traffic numbers have supposedly been monitored, but does anyone really know what it is like?’
  • 23) ‘The rudiments of a police force now exist, supposedly being trained by Germans.’
  • 24) ‘Worst of all, a company with supposedly growing sales was actually slipping backwards.’
  • 25) ‘Time and again, the club have been supposedly on the brink of selling off their antiquated ground.’
  • 26) ‘Even the policemen who arrived there supposedly on the call of duty turned a blind eye.’
  • 27) ‘Should a supposedly neutral information source be making such editorial judgments?’
  • 28) ‘Anyway, all of the supposedly positive aspects of autumn are dragged up by us as September kicks in.’
  • 29) ‘Last night's attack came in the form of a message supposedly from one of her friends.’
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