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adverb as in hopefully

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adverb as in on paper

adverb as in perhaps

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There’s no conceivable way, period, that he doesn’t know how to say it or what it is.

It’s also conceivable that Meyer could attempt to salvage Haskins’s NFL career.

Net-zero solutions are technically conceivable for a range of energy-intensive industries, agriculture and transport methods, but the speed and scale at which they would have to ramp up to meet a 2050 deadline is formidable.

The editors of the New England Journal of Medicine, which published the pivotal study of the vaccine Thursday, called the results a triumph that are impressive enough to hold up to any conceivable review.

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Following that trend, it’s conceivable the Nationals will carry three first baseman again.

The logic was simple: In a place like Afghanistan, anyone could conceivably be the enemy.

If those weapons are already in country, ISIS could, conceivably, capture one.

They conceivably could have leapt from a number of tall buildings and then drifted over to where they landed.

So conceivably he could win the nomination and then the Democrats would likely “Cruz” to a Johnson vs. Goldwater-style landslide.

Being somebody who Carrie could have conceivably reached or gotten out in some sort of prison escape in Season 4.

No Brodrick had ever married a woman who wandered, who conceivably would want to wander.

The ghost story may thus quite conceivably be the first form of tale ever invented.

Could this glacier conceivably proceed in an almost level course up to Chang La, itself?

Henceforth things might be conceivably better, but—they would be different.

You must assume responsibility for any crime which might conceivably be yours.


On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conceivably, such as: expectedly, and feasibly.

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