understandably

All Adverb
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  • Because of its nature, the number of studies performed for fire-setting are understandably very few.
  • There are also some extremely complex characters which have understandably become rather rare.
  • He is understandably not as free to practice his religion as if he were outside the prison walls.
  • He might understandably believe that the court wanted him or her to be convicted.
  • Understandably, the judge ruled against him, and the point has never been argued in court since.
  • More understandably the cars were wooden seated, and remained so until the end.
  • Understandably Henry has punished himself for years over his decision not to go with him.
  • The geographical area of the community is understandably much smaller than other communities.
  • This understandably must have seemed a distinction without much of a difference to his many anti-war fans.
  • Understandably, of course, they chafed at being made second-class citizens in their own country.
  • They are understandably afraid of the water, including a little boy.
  • Understandably, the film has never been released on video.
  • Jerry's mind was understandably taken elsewhere for a short period of time.
  • They break up and he is understandably upset calling her spoiled among other things.
  • He understandably saw them as troublemakers and initially tried to end their influence in Scotland.
  • Understandably, Fletcher is not too happy because he had just been given a single cell.
  • Understandably there is no equivalent in English to the six-day week.
  • This was more understandably an aspect of his theology than of his history.
  • Understandably, in view of the difficulties they perceived, the services tried to avoid the whole problem. Cited from Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965, by Morris J. MacGregor Jr.
  • This growth in demand for home care services will understandably increase expenditures.
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