All Adverb
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  • He is the only poet in history who never demonstrably loved any woman. Cited from The Certain Hour, by James Branch Cabell
  • It is however well-known that these sources are not demonstrably early.
  • The history should be so taught that it will have a demonstrably practical purpose. Cited from What the Schools Teach and Might Teach, by John Franklin Bobbitt
  • Natural language demonstrably contains its own metalanguage, in which we talk about language itself.
  • These three languages are not thought to be demonstrably related to each other or to any language in the world.
  • Its characters were not only working class but demonstrably poor.
  • Leaving women to the chance protection of their partners is demonstrably a failure. Cited from Safe Marriage, by Ettie A. Rout
  • However, the Federal Government should stand ready to assist states which demonstrably cannot provide sufficient school buildings. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Its decision was demonstrably wrong, since it rested on the hope that Lee would himself attack. Cited from Abraham Lincoln, by Lord Charnwood
  • This is demonstrably not true for the standard measure of information.
  • It is awarded to a student or a student organization that has demonstrably excelled in youth development and social services.
  • After all, every thought, every image, every feeling and action is demonstrably mediated by the nervous system.
  • In stories the names may well be, and often demonstrably are, the latest, not the original, feature. Cited from Custom and Myth, by Andrew Lang
  • Newton proved their necessity from the laws and a force demonstrably in operation. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley Vol.1, by Leonard Huxley
  • It exists to help all kinds of organizations put in place demonstrably sound occupational health and safety performance.
  • What does Mr. Southey mean by saying that religion is demonstrably the basis of civil government? Cited from Critical and Historical Essays, by Macaulay V2
  • The languages are demonstrably related, but many are not close.
  • Twice, then, the world has been demonstrably wrong. Cited from In a Green Shade, by Maurice Hewlett
  • It does not seem, however, to be demonstrably older than the Ciceronian age. Cited from Ancient Town-Planning, by F. Haverfield
  • Rose would be held to have been right and Rodney wrong, demonstrably. Cited from The Real Adventure, by Henry Kitchell Webster
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Meaning of demonstrably

  • adverb In an obvious and provable manner
    his documentary sources are demonstrably wrong