[ UK /bɪlˈiːvəbli/ ]
  1. in a believable manner
    he acted believably sincere
  2. easy to believe on the basis of available evidence
    he will probably win the election
    he talked plausibly before the committee
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How To Use believably In A Sentence

  • The record was, I think, called Peace, a heart-warming exhortation for world leaders to avoid war – although many of them, unbelievably, have completely ignored the doughty cloggers' message in the intervening years. Which footballers have produced their own food and drink?
  • Meanwhile the dark-haired woman, who after all these years I still remember so vividly, wears an unbelievably sexy one-piece outfit that appears to be sewn from rags.
  • Earth is such a beautiful, unique, unbelievably complex planet and yet humans are simply hellbent on destroying it and everything on it. Death by Plastic
  • The keeper then excelled himself by reacting quickly to block the rebound from Adam and, unbelievably, Dundee were still ahead.
  • He told the meeting: ‘It would be unbelievably crass to introduce a system without any other element of modal shift.’
  • Unbelievably, our Government are now planning to close this magnificent institution.
  • Drake - unbelievably - spit at Quin, who managed to dodge the slimy gob.
  • My rabbit just had babies with his ‘brother’ - they are so unbelievably adorable!
  • In other words, this is your typical Pinkwater novel: screamingly funny, unbelievably weird, and fantastically awesome. Boing Boing
  • But soon after my skin felt unbelievably hot and my heart was racing. The Sun
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