(USED WITH OBJECT) [SUP·POSED, SUP·POS·ING.]
to assume (something), as for the sake of argument or as part of a proposition or theory: Suppose the distance to be one mile.
to consider (something) as a possibility suggested or an idea or plan proposed: Suppose we wait until tomorrow.
to believe or assume as true; take for granted: It is supposed that his death was an accident.
to think or hold as an opinion: What do you suppose he will do?
to require logically; imply; presuppose: The evidence supposes his presence near the scene.
Supposedly: According to what people believe or assume. Supposably: Capable
of being conceived. It's helpful to use each word in a sentence to understand ...
Sep 23, 2015 ... Have you ever heard someone use the word supposably and wondered what
they meant? Maybe it's a synonym for supposedly? Or a mistake?
Define supposable: capable of being supposed : conceivable—usage, synonyms
Mar 26, 2012 ... What is the difference between supposedly and supposably? Both are real words
but seem to have confusingly similar definitions. Supposably: ...
Feb 14, 2015 ... It would be so much easier if I could write that supposably wasn't a word and
encourage you to erase it from your vocabulary entirely: the ...
Supposably is a colloquial variant that may be considered out of place in formal
writing. Of course, supposably is technically a word—an adverb derived from ...
Supposably is defined as capable of being conceived. It is used as a colloquial
word and typically is not used in formal writing. An example of supposably used ...
Jan 29, 2011 ... It would be much easier if I could tell you that supposably isn't a word, but I can't.
It is a word, but the problem is that supposably doesn't mean ...
Supposably is a word in the American language that is often wrongly confused
with the word...