foreseeably

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Etymology[edit]

foreseeable +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

foreseeably (comparative more foreseeably, superlative most foreseeably)

  1. In a manner that could be foreseen.
    • 2009 October 6, Bill Carter, “Letterman Apologizes on the Air to His Wife”, New York Times:
      “It could foreseeably be admissible,” said Gerald Lefcourt, a defense lawyer with experience in both criminal and celebrity cases.

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