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At this time I am not problematically given; I have a humour of complaisance upon me, and will contradict no man.
Hence such judgements may be obviously false, and yet, taken problematically, be conditions of our cognition of the truth.
Awfully good of you to worry about my sufferings in being obliged to reply to your—problematically—boring letters!
AN UNKNOWN LOVERMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
That meant a problematically useful, indubitably dull debate.
The similarity between the words "sandlotter" and "sansculotte" is problematically significant, but indubitably suggestive.
Criticism was rife in Athens of all places, but it was a criticism of things existing, not of things problematically desirable.
He seems to speak problematically in order to satisfy the learned.

WORDS RELATED TO PROBLEMATICALLY

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