implausibly : Definition, Usages, News and More

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im plaw zuhb lee

  • r  not easy to believe

  • He says he is "honored" by comparisons to al-Zarqawi and claimed, implausibly, to have no ill will toward ordinary Sunnis.
  • Baer argues, somewhat implausibly, that the monarchy's demise is imminent.
  • The top floor is a concrete box that hangs implausibly over the column-free middle floor, as if two halves of an Eskimo Pie were held apart by nothing.
News & Articles

  • Jasmina Tesanovic: Ants and Stars
    As we approached the giant radio telescope in rural Sardinia, I found myself implausibly dressed in a light summer frock: a Brazilian one, lavishly decorated...
    June 16, 2013 - The Huffington Post

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