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adverb as in unbelievably

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Local leaders set an improbable goal in the face of that challenge.

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Robinette started snapping photos of the improbable reunion and shared them on Facebook.

The Bills stuffed it, and the clock ran down to six seconds, turning an improbable comeback to impossible.

Washington’s odds are still long — Football Outsiders and FiveThirtyEight give it the worst chance of the division’s four teams of winning the title — but this is a surreal, improbable season.

Who knows how long Smith can continue his most improbable of comebacks.

A tugboat improbably sits high on the bank, obscured by tall grass, a broken oil rig hangs over the water nearby.

Mitch McConnell even has an improbably tight race on his hands in Kentucky against Alison Lundergan Grimes.

Improbably, Sharknado had become the social media version of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

America owes an improbably large thank you to Howard for leading us.

More than a dozen times he rescued the U.S. from the Belgian onslaught, improbably blocking shot after shot.

Not improbably it was simply fear, the result of ignorance of their nature and absence of social relations with them.

It not improbably represents the tutelary goddess of Ilium, whose temple, as we know, stood in the Pergamus.

And for some time nothing occurred to shake Jack's opinion that not improbably the new master was better than his looks.

The word cockney is not improbably derived from cocayne, the name of an imaginary land of ease and jollity.

At any rate he has a very strong anticipation of Defoe, whose "Cavalier" was not improbably suggested by him.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to improbably, such as: extraordinarily, remarkably, implausibly, and astonishingly.

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