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  1. RockinOle

    RockinOle New Member

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    "Arguably"

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by RockinOle, Mar 18, 2011.

    I am in the process of writing a midterm essay that is due tomorrow... I am finding myself using the word "arguably" when I really want to say "One could argue," or in other words, "it would be feasible to posit." Is there a better way to say this? My brain is becoming rather foggy. Thanks!
     
  2. Dandroid

    Dandroid Senior Member

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    "it can be asserted..."
    "proponents of the notion of....demonstrate..."
     
  3. Ion

    Ion Senior Member

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    "It could be said that..."
    "It is reasonable to see/say that..."

    Probably a bit too late for you, though.
     

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