[ UK /ɪmpɹˈɒbəbli/ ]
[ US /ˌɪmˈpɹɑbəbɫi/ ]
  1. not easy to believe
    incredibly, she survived the crash
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How To Use improbably In A Sentence

  • She was short, with big curly brown hair and a little bald husband, and she was always cheery and happy and had an improbably posh accent and as with most such people a fearsome temper that you really didn't want to provoke.
  • One of the best is Ganga Garden, overlooking a lagoon formed by the River Bentota and run, improbably enough, by a Blackpool landlady.
  • As the picture shows, two of the items that feature (perhaps improbably) in my own washbag are the Mennen shave stick and a cheap generic tube of toothpaste. Planning The Perfect Travel Washbag | Lifehacker Australia
  • Until this season, they'd been hopeless wheel-spinners, a punch line with a rambling ex-coach Mike Singletary who still gets mocked, improbably, on David Letterman's "Late Show. San Francisco Is Very Hard to Hate
  • The Italian composer was born, improbably enough, at Newcastle upon Tyne.
  • This year, summer has appeared improbably early.
  • Diesel, quite improbably, had always had a yen to act with the grande dame.
  • An economy of voluntary exchanges is inherently inegalitarian (even if economies of a more regimented type may conceivably but somewhat improbably be less so.)
  • Improbably yet convincingly, the film ends on an optimistic note.
  • Days are no longer fuelled by ‘hamburger flavoured puffed wheat snacks’ and improbably flavoured, highly coloured fizzy pop.
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