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adverb as in supposedly

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We’re seeing eight-standard-deviation events happen every other day—these are supposed to happen every hundred years.

From Fortune

For weeks now, schools have been implementing “phase one” – which is supposed to allow students who have fallen behind to come back to school for in-person, appointment-based sessions.

Further suppose those shapes are all convex, with no indentations.

Shelter staff are supposed to call to check on the children 30 days after their release to ensure they are still living their sponsor, safe, in school and aware of coming court dates.

Two other sources pointed to the recent lean stretch everybody went through this year, where numerous publishers grudgingly allowed advertisers to pause or cancel deals, sometimes just days before campaigns are supposed to go live.

From Digiday

The spider and the fly was nothing to the arrangements they had made to receive their supposably unsuspicious guests.

A wind might supposably have blown her away, but one knew it would not, because she was firm and steady on her small feet.

But I'm not supposably the kind of priest you mean, and I don't think just such a priest supposable.

But the extreme poles of her affection are supposably represented by Phaon and Anactoria.

At this time Mme. du Deffand had supposably reformed her conduct, if not her belief.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to supposably, such as: allegedly, apparently, probably, purportedly, believably, and reputedly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.