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While admittedly incomplete, this list provides an overview of the individuals and organizations whose opinions of what the internet should look like could determine what you see when you are browsing online in the near future.

From Quartz

It is admittedly incredibly difficult to get people excited about corporations or government.

From Fortune

Though I am admittedly alarmed by legislators making decisions impacting our industry who don’t know how Facebook makes its money.

We admittedly don’t know what 2020 will hold for the NFL as it confronts its many off-field challenges — but we do have some ideas about how its teams will perform on the field.

Feels like a coin flip to my brain, which admittedly is much worse at predicting performance than the FiveThirtyEight model.

But it is not actually as toxic as it seems (although, admittedly, it does seem pretty toxic).

This is admittedly a loaded question, but do you feel James Earl Ray really killed Martin Luther King Jr.?

Another recent example, which, admittedly, has its own problems, demonstrated the street harassment women receive daily.

Admittedly it would be called a stunt, but Obama needs something dramatic to rejuvenate his leadership.

Admittedly, the quality of alt cert programs varies quite a bit.

Western gamblers are legion—a reckless, money-plunging, romantic and venturesome yet an admittedly square-shooting clan.

Admittedly, parenthood, if it is not to end in disaster or the fear of disaster, is a great responsibility.

Such abominations were, however, admittedly rare, and the story just recited rests on nothing that can be called evidence.

But behind the Kymry, as likewise admittedly behind the Cretans, are the traces of an even more primitive and archaic race.

They were admittedly engaged in a cause worthy of the highest respect and veneration.


On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to admittedly, such as: absolutely, actually, authentically, certainly, fairly, and honestly.

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