arguably

arguably
ar•gu•a•bly
[[t]ˈɑr gyu ə bli[/t]] adv.
1) as can be argued
2) cv as can be supported or shown by persuasive argument:
That is arguably the best book on the subject[/ex]
Etymology: 1890–95 usage: The adverb arguably means that the assertion is open to debate or argument, but it usually implies that the assertion can be supported, proven, or shown by persuasive argument.

From formal English to slang. 2014.


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