improbably improbably  /ɪm ˈprɑ bəb li/


  • (adv) not easy to believe



  1. His improbably valuable crop is algae, which may one day provide us with a way out of our dependency on fossil fuels and the climatological mess they're making.
  2. Instead, Odinga's nearly 1 million-vote lead vanished amid reports of improbably high voter turnout in Kibaki strongholds.
  3. Moreover, it issued from an improbably beautiful Queen.


  • 15-year wait for major glory didn't faze U.S. Open champ Rose

    ARDMORE, Pa. — Fifteen years ago, it was too early for Justin Rose. On Sunday, when Rose hoisted the silver U.S. Open trophy on the 18th green at Merion the time was just right. In the 1998 British Open at Royal Birkdale, Rose was a 17-year-old English amateur improbably capturing...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: New York Post


  1. "I don't know how improbably it is, you win or lose in different ways. Each game has its own characteristics and personality," Popovich said. "We did make some three's tonight and George Hill was something else."
    on Apr 25, 2010 By: Gregg Popovich Source: 48 Minutes of Hell (blog)

  2. They took to each other immediately ("We were instantly, utterly, improbably and permanently attuned to each other," Morris writes), and were married later the same year.
    on Jun 7, 2008 By: Jan Morris Source:

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