supposably, supposingly, supposively vs supposedly :

supposably supposingly supposively or supposedly

“Supposedly” is the standard form. “Supposably” can be used only whenthe meaning is “capable of being supposed,” and then only in the US.You won’t get into trouble if you stick with “supposedly."

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  • r  believed or reputed to be the case
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