- understandable + -ly (Wiktionary)
“His focus most of the time, understandably, is on Morrison.”
““Are you safe?”, understandably, is the most common question I hear and I still respond with the stock answer I have always used.”
“He quite understandably is taking a long, long vacation and wants to purge himself, Goyer tells MTV.”
“He quite understandably is taking a long, long vacation and wants to purge himself.”
“Meanwhile, Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell understandably is in a hurry for left tackle Chris Samuels 'healthy return in Washington.”
“My fear is that Christianity, in understandably seeking to defend time-held priniciples, will do so in such a way that will alienate those, like myself, who would have totally "fallen by the wayside", were it not for a sense of the primacy of the human-ity of Christ.”
“John Moles, understandably, is very busy at this time of year.”
“Inkhorn terms understandably struck many of their readers as incomprehensible, verbal zombies scarily mixed among—and feeding off—unsuspecting, humble English.”
“And while our name understandably conjures up images of immense portside steel complexes, such as those in the Sault or Hamilton, the reality is quite different.”
“The random spawning of coins understandably prevents one side from unfairly having more cash then the other, yet the steady rate at which they appear discourages buying advanced cannons.”
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