Definitions

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  • adv. In a way that cannot be proven.

Etymologies

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unprovable +‎ -ly

Examples

  • I think the connection between guns are gun crime is quite complex and while I do not accept the usual story (less guns here and less murders than the states). the opposite is also unprovably caused by the guns themselves.

    Broken Society

  • The figures are right up to date, so officials and ministers cannot claim that things have (unprovably) improved since the figures were collected.

    Youth And Age (And Crime Figures)

  • The figures are right up to date, so officials and ministers cannot claim that things have (unprovably) improved since the figures were collected

    Archive 2004-12-19

  • And, notoriously but unprovably, behind them stood Hugo Inger'mann, Mallorysport's unconvicted underworld generalissimo.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • By your reasoning, all unprovably false gods exist forever.

    CNN.com

  • It was lyrically true as it emerged from Marvin Lundy’s mouth and reached Brian’s middle ear, unprovably true, remotely and inadmissably true but not completely unhistorical, not without some nuance of authentic inner narrative.

    Underworld

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