To better understand the meaning of "PROBABLY", certain examples of its usage are presented.
Examples from famous English prose on the use of the word "PROBABLY"
"They're in here somewhere, they heard him mutter, probably hiding."
- The word/phrase "probably" was used by "J. K. Rowling" in "Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone".
"Harry thought she was probably right, but he wasn't going to tell her that."
- "J. K. Rowling" has used the probably in the novel Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone.
"He probably knew everything -- except, it seemed, Quirrell's spell and how to get past Fluffy."
- To understand the meaning of probably, please see the following usage by J. K. Rowling in Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone.
"PROBABLY" has been recently used in news headlines. Please see the examples below.
Usage of "PROBABLY": Examples from famous English Poetry
- "But at the end we will probably all end up alone,"
- This term probably was used by Maggie Gutierrez in the Poem Before Its Too Late - Poem.
- "But still hopeful am I? probably I am."
- This term probably was used by Shashank Nakate in the Poem Life Goes on... - Poem.
- "Hell probably end up with a hooker off the street,"
- This term probably was used by Heather Farley in the Poem Crazy Ex-Boyfriend - Poem.