ostensibly

All Adverb
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  • Popular music of the time was also used, ostensibly as coming from the radio.
  • He has, at least ostensibly, been keen to keep his religion a private matter.
  • The two ostensibly grew to share the rank of second-in-command.
  • She also gave advice in response to letters she ostensibly received.
  • These tools were distributed around the country, ostensibly as part of the civil defence network.
  • It hardly looked good for him to have committed the act for which he ostensibly killed Sharp.
  • Ostensibly for the genre of rock in general, it was most closely associated with heavy metal.
  • This was ostensibly done in order to reach the town in time for the Christmas Day opening.
  • Ostensibly to care for his needs, Kate followed him to his prison.
  • Though ostensibly a "Best Of" album, it actually consisted mostly of new material.
  • Some of it is edited to include educational material ostensibly for youth.
  • While ostensibly a game show, if there was time, it was also was an opportunity to conduct interviews.
  • Thus developing nations ostensibly became partners with developed nations in the struggle to reduce world poverty.
  • During this time, Reform again came under fire for ostensibly being extremist.
  • Ostensibly the Treaty established the legal basis for the British presence in New Zealand.
  • However, he also continued to deal in cocaine and commit other crimes while ostensibly doing public service.
  • The government ostensibly feared lack of control over the influential daily.
  • Forcing them to vote ostensibly denies them their freedom of religious practice.
  • Ostensibly, the movie takes place entirely in town.
  • The question of whether two ostensibly different vector bundles are the same can be quite hard to answer.
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Synonyms of ostensibly