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Synonyms for plausibly

easy to believe on the basis of available evidence

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He answered me very plausibly on some points, he obviously had collected some evidence and prepared himself cleverly.
The court found that the plaintiffs had plausibly alleged that the insurer had waived the policy's one-year suit limitations period.
However, the situation remained under control plausibly owing to administration's timely call to police.
This works most plausibly on a like-for-like basis; massive destruction for massive destruction.
On Sunday, though, an Israeli judge acquitted Gopstein of the charges because the two left-wing Israeli activists he assaulted could plausibly have been Palestinians .
He asks how particular conceptions of death influence and respond to corresponding conceptions of human virtue and perfection, and seeks his answer in the account of martyrdom given by Thomas Aquinas, In particular, he questions whether one can plausibly claim martyrdom to be an act of virtue in any recognizably Aristotelian sense.
Mr Benn was either ignorant of this or, more plausibly, editing history to suit his argument, as orators do.
wonderfully played by Buttereld, is too aloof to be cute while his mother and teacher are so plausibly nervy, you're never sure if the attraction they feel for one Our young hero, wonderfully played by Buttereld, is too aloof to be cute while his mother and teacher are so plausibly nervy, you're never sure if the attraction they feel for one another will ever blossom into romance.
Our young hero, wonderfully played by Butterfield, is too aloof to be cute while his mother and teacher are so plausibly nervy, you're never sure if the attraction they feel for one another will ever blossom into romance.
In Clarke, June, 19, 2011, the Court held that a taxpayer has a right to a hearing to challenge an IRS summons if the taxpayer can show specific facts or circumstances plausibly raising an inference of governmental had faith.
Jeff said: "What fascinated me was how Malcolm Webster was able to function so plausibly in the real world.
Whether because of or despite Talevi's direction, this was an ensemble you could believe in, with characters who appeared plausibly human.
Today, with newly available evidence, researchers can plausibly conclude that Kennedy had a rare unifying autoimmune endocrine disorder called polyendocrine syndrome type II, or APS II, which is characterized by the coexistence of hypothyroidism and Addison's disease, among other conditions.
Some also claim, rather less plausibly, that it's racist to let African Americans buy the cigarettes they prefer.
To this end he includes a glossary of such phenomena that summarizes their plausibly naturalistic origins.