It’s Supposedly, Not Supposably
Posted by languageandgrammar on December 12, 2008
What does supposably mean? Is it supposed to mean in a supposed way? How about able to be supposed? No, I don’t suppose; those don’t make sense. In reality, supposably is a non-word that is mistakenly used for the correct word supposedly.
She supposedly went shopping for a new saxophone, but I think I saw her having dinner with my husband!
This supposedly comes with a one-year guarantee, but I didn’t find any paperwork in the box.
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