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The example sentences of PROBABLY in videos (15 in total of 10000)

probably adverb probably adverb should modal and coordinating conjunction we personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present gonna proper noun, singular head noun, singular or mass to to costco proper noun, singular after preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner to to stock verb, base form up preposition or subordinating conjunction on preposition or subordinating conjunction
esata proper noun, singular is verb, 3rd person singular present probably adverb going verb, gerund or present participle to to be verb, base form one cardinal number of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner faster adjective, comparative connections noun, plural so preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present probably adverb going verb, gerund or present participle
you personal pronoun probably adverb interact verb, non-3rd person singular present with preposition or subordinating conjunction one cardinal number form noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction artificial adjective intelligence noun, singular or mass every determiner day noun, singular or mass proper noun, singular you personal pronoun probably adverb have verb, non-3rd person singular present
but coordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present going verb, gerund or present participle to to probably adverb , what wh-pronoun i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present probably adverb going verb, gerund or present participle to to do verb, base form is verb, 3rd person singular present spend verb, base form a determiner few adjective minutes noun, plural , i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present probably adverb
it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present probably adverb still adverb too adverb hot adjective , probably adverb will modal go verb, base form . . . . . go verb, base form away adverb after preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner while noun, singular or mass slowly adverb
of preposition or subordinating conjunction course noun, singular or mass , this determiner will modal probably adverb take verb, base form a determiner little adverb more adjective, comparative time noun, singular or mass , because preposition or subordinating conjunction yours personal pronoun will modal be verb, base form probably adverb
if preposition or subordinating conjunction you're proper noun, singular bleeding verb, gerund or present participle , you're proper noun, singular probably adverb not adverb going verb, gerund or present participle to to the determiner clinic noun, singular or mass ; you're proper noun, singular probably adverb going verb, gerund or present participle to to the determiner
you personal pronoun probably adverb did verb, past tense n't adverb see verb, base form the determiner movie noun, singular or mass , but coordinating conjunction your possessive pronoun parents noun, plural probably adverb did verb, past tense , and coordinating conjunction they personal pronoun probably adverb saw verb, past tense
well adverb , you personal pronoun probably adverb are verb, non-3rd person singular present going verb, gerund or present participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction family noun, singular or mass , and coordinating conjunction hotel noun, singular or mass - - you personal pronoun probably adverb know verb, non-3rd person singular present that preposition or subordinating conjunction before preposition or subordinating conjunction
say verb, non-3rd person singular present there existential there 's verb, 3rd person singular present probably adverb in preposition or subordinating conjunction terms noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction leg noun, singular or mass room noun, singular or mass there existential there 's verb, 3rd person singular present probably adverb an determiner inch noun, singular or mass if preposition or subordinating conjunction that determiner between preposition or subordinating conjunction
probably adverb i personal pronoun probably adverb only adverb been verb, past participle here adverb like preposition or subordinating conjunction two cardinal number times noun, plural total adjective i personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present caught verb, past participle him personal pronoun here adverb a determiner
wo modal n't adverb you personal pronoun probably adverb will modal actually adverb probably adverb upgrade noun, singular or mass your possessive pronoun phone noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction probably adverb say verb, non-3rd person singular present three cardinal number or coordinating conjunction four cardinal number years noun, plural
you're proper noun, singular probably adverb already adverb doing verb, gerund or present participle to to be verb, base form honest adjective like preposition or subordinating conjunction you're proper noun, singular probably adverb already adverb used verb, past participle to to them personal pronoun depending verb, gerund or present participle
slides noun, plural will modal probably adverb not adverb be verb, base form too adverb different adjective from preposition or subordinating conjunction your possessive pronoun marketing noun, singular or mass landing noun, singular or mass page verb, base form you personal pronoun can modal probably adverb
let verb, base form s proper noun, singular be verb, base form honest adjective - - probably adverb not adverb get verb, base form anywhere adverb and coordinating conjunction probably adverb have verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner very adverb similar adjective backlash noun, singular or mass

Use "probably" in a sentence | "probably" example sentences

How to use "probably" in a sentence?

  • I was probably born a scorer, but I was made a winner. Whatever works, whatever wins championships, wins games, that's what I do.
    -Kobe Bryant-
  • I'm probably the only person who goes to work and says 'Wow, it's really nice here and sweet,' even in the competitive movie business.
    -Harvey Weinstein-
  • I think I've become the go-to mustache man. It works in period pieces. Modern-day mustaches are probably creepy. But I get compliments - everyone's like, 'Wow, love the 'stache, dude.
    -Jack Huston-
  • The best friend will probably acquire the best wife, because a good marriage is founded on the talent for friendship.
    -Friedrich Nietzsche-
  • There are so many young talented actors today whose work I respect and admire - Ryan Gosling is probably primary among them. I take inspiration from so many amazing actors.
    -Daniel Sunjata-
  • The artist is the person who makes life more interesting or beautiful, more understandable or mysterious, or probably, in the best sense, more wonderful.
    -George Bellows-
  • PC stuff just lowers the general acceptance of good work and replaces it with bogus poetry that celebrates values that in themselves are probably quite worthy.
    -Diane Wakoski-
  • I like doing arts and crafts, so I would probably go to one of those fun little ceramic places and go paint some plates and do something fun like that
    -Christina Milian-

Definition and meaning of PROBABLY

What does "probably mean?"

/ˈpräbəblē/

probably

adverb
That is likely to happen or be true.

What are synonyms of "probably"?
Some common synonyms of "probably" are:
  • likely,
  • doubtless,
  • possibly,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈlīklē/

likely
adjective adverb

With a good chance that a thing will really happen. probably.

/ˈdoutləs/

doubtless
adjective adverb

Without doubt; certainly. certainly.

/ˈpäsəblē/

possibly
adverb

May be true or likely, but is uncertain.