1. Definition of Arguably : as may be argued or shown by argument an Arguably effective strategy —used to say that a statement is very possibly true even if it is not certainly true He was Arguably the greatest writer of his era
2. Examples of Arguably in a Sentence
3. Arguably adverb possibly, potentially, conceivably, plausibly, feasibly, questionably, debatably, deniably, disputably, contestably, controvertibly, dubitably, refutably They are Arguably …
4. Arguably definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation
5. / ˈɑːrɡ.ju.ə.bli / used when stating an opinion or belief that you think can be shown to be true: He is Arguably the world's best football player. Arguably, the drug should not have been made available.
6. Arguably (comparative more Arguably, superlative most Arguably) As can be supported or proven by sound logical deduction, evidence, and precedent.
7. Examples of Arguably in a Sentence
8. Neil Mawston: Nokia is going back to the future! The recent profit warning, dividend cut and 5G lag have rattled the company, huawei and Ericsson have Arguably inched ahead on R&D, and Nokia is feeling the business pressure
9. New York is Arguablythe only city in the world whose self-regard is reciprocated across the planet
10. This marks a profound sea change for the Company, which is Arguablythe largest B-to-B publisher online
11. Access to, and influence over, civilian populations is a source of strength for insurgent movements and Arguablyterrorist networks.
12. What is the opposite of Arguably? Antonyms for Arguably (opposite of Arguably).
13. Arguably, Hitchens's new collection, forcefully proves this point
14. Consisting of three kinds of writing - literary journalism, political commentary, and cultural complaint - Arguably offers a panoramic if somewhat jaundiced view of the last decade or so of cultural and political history."―
15. He is Arguably the world's best football player.
16. Above are the results of unscrambling Arguably
17. We found a total of 92 words by unscrambling the letters in Arguably.
18. You can use Arguably when you are stating your opinion or belief, as a way of giving more authority to it
19. Sausages are Arguably the most popular food in the country
20. Arguably, this is one of the greatest animations of all time
21. Synonyms for Arguably in Free Thesaurus
22. 13 synonyms for Arguably: possibly, potentially, conceivably, plausibly, feasibly, questionably
23. Synonyms for Arguably include possibly, potentially, conceivably, debatably, feasibly, plausibly, maybe, probably, defensibly and perhaps
24. What does Arguably mean? As can be supported by argument
25. It may be argued (used to qualify the statement of an opinion or belief) ‘she is Arguably the greatest woman tennis player of all time’
26. ‘Despite his shy, modest nature Sindelar was Arguably football's first superstar.’.
27. 'Arguably' is a passive word, a word beloved of inexperienced, dilettante writers, often young, often writing about things far beyond their direct experience
28. It may be argued (used to qualify the statement of an opinion or belief) ‘she is Arguably the greatest woman tennis player of all time’
29. ‘Despite his shy, modest nature Sindelar was Arguably football's first superstar.’.
30. Arguably / ˈ ɑɚgjuwəbli/ adverb Learner's definition of Arguably : it can be argued — used to say that a statement is very possibly true even if it is not certainly true He is Arguably the best writer of his generation
31. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English ar‧gu‧a‧bly /ˈɑːɡjuəbli $ ˈɑːr-/ ●○○ adverb [ sentence adverb] used when giving your opinion to say that there are good reasons why something might be true Senna was Arguably the greatest racing driver of all time.
32. She was Arguably the first woman to play the guitar in a rock band
33. But the adverb “Arguably,” Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of English Usage explains, “is used in a positive sense” and “is primarily a qualifier or hedge against too strong a statement.”
34. M-W Collegiate says “Arguably” describes something that “may be argued or shown by argument.”
35. Tiffany was Arguably the better candidate for the treasurer’s position due to her qualifications and background in finances
36. 🔊 The turtle would Arguably win the race since the rabbit was overconfident and took many breaks
37. 🔊 The inventor Arguably had the worst idea in the world for recyclable toilet paper
38. Arguably: 1 adv as can be shown by argument “she is Arguably the best”
39. Definition of Arguably adverb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
40. Dictionary entry overview: What does Arguably mean? • Arguably (adverb) The adverb Arguably has 1 sense:
41. As can be shown by argument Familiarity information: Arguably used as …
42. You can use Arguably when you are stating your opinion or belief, as a way of giving more authority to it
43. They are Arguably the most important band since The Rolling Stones
44. Synonyms: possibly, potentially, conceivably, plausibly More Synonyms of Arguably COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary.
45. The best way to end a totally bullshit sentence that makes it seem like it could be trueArguably.
46. The phrase beginning "In particular" Arguably gives specific and higher protection to the right to form and join trade unions.
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49. Arguably is the exact opposite of “something is sure and you shouldn’t even discuss it”.
50. The first new book of essays by Christopher Hitchens since 2004, Arguably offers an indispensable key to understanding the passionate and skeptical spirit of one of our most dazzling writers, widely admired for the clarity of his style, a result of his disciplined and candid thinking
51. The label Arguably mislead Z into concluding that there was a greater similarity among self-identified people than there is, and the label Arguably complicated this resolution.
52. Though Carter's presidency was marked by several major crises, the final year of his term Arguably was his worst.
53. Christopher Hitchens was a contributing editor to Vanity Fair,Slate, and the Atlantic, and the author of numerous books, including works on Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, and George Orwell.He also wrote the international bestsellers god Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, Hitch-22: A Memoir, and Arguably.He died in December 2011.
54. If you use "Arguably" in a sentence, you are admitting that "what you are stating" can be a topic of argument as the above example explains
55. It is arguable and it will "Arguably…
56. InArguably definition is - it cannot be argued : unquestionably
57. How to use inArguably in a sentence.
58. En Arguably, the choice between globalisation and " managed globalisation " is between accepting the effects of completely free markets-- with total policy disregard for market failures and their social consequences-- and trying to construct an international policy, which should address or prevent massive co-ordination failures
59. Arguably, Bob is an excellent teacher
60. Another difference is that unArguably doesn't work well when talking about greatness that cannot be measure objectively
61. For example, I think it's okay to say: Arguably, Bobby Orr was the greatest hockey player ever
62. He was Arguably the most powerful man in China from 1916 to 1920
63. In 2005 Plummer experienced Arguably his best season as a professional