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ably;
ac·count·ably;
change·ably;
com·fort·ably;
com·mend·ably;
com·pan·ion·ably;
con·ceiv·ably;
de·pend·ably;
de·sir·ably;
dis·put·ably;
dis·tin·guish·ably;
en·vi·ably;
ex·cus·ably;
ex·pect·ably;
fa·vor·ably;
force·ably;
for·giv·ably;
form·ably;
hon·or·ably;
im·per·turb·ably;
in·cur·ably;
in·dis·pens·ably;
jus·ti·fi·ably;
laugh·ably;
mea·sur·ably;
mov·ably;
no·tice·ably;
pal·at·ably;
pass·ably;
pay·ably;
peace·ably;
per·ish·ably;
piti·ably;
plea·sur·ably;
pon·der·ably;
pre·sent·ably;
pre·sum·ably;
prof·it·ably;
pro·por·tion·ably;
quan·ti·fi·ably;
ques·tion·ably;
rat·ably;
read·ably;
re·al·iz·ably;
rea·son·ably;
rec·og·niz·ably;
rec·on·cil·ably;
re·doubt·ably;
re·li·ably;
re·mark·ably;
re·strain·ably;
sea·son·ably;
ser·vice·ably;
siz·ably;
stat·ut·ably;
suit·ably;
trea·son·ably;
un·evad·ably;
un·ex·cep·tion·ably;
un·ex·or·cis·ably;
un·ex·plain·ably;
un·fath·om·ably;
un·shak·ably;
val·u·ably;
ven·er·ably;
count·ably;
ac·cept·ably;
al·ter·ably;
blame·ably;
bounce·ably;
com·put·ably;
con·form·ably;
con·sol·ably;
con·test·ably;
cred·it·ably;
cur·ably;
de·ci·pher·ably;
de·fin·ably;
de·plor·ably;
de·riv·ably;
de·scrib·ably;
de·tach·ably;
de·ter·min·ably;
de·test·ably;
dis·cern·ably;
drink·ably;
em·brace·ably;
en·joy·ably;
ex·cep·tion·ably;
ex·change·ably;
gauge·ably;
grasp·ably;
hab·it·ably;
imag·in·ably;
in·com·put·ably;
in·con·sol·ably;
in·con·sum·ably;
in·de·ci·pher·ably;
in·dict·ably;
in·ef·face·ably;
in·eras·ably;
in·es·cap·ably;
in·fer·ably;
in·her·it·ably;
in·sev·er·ably;
in·solv·ably;
in·ter·change·ably;
in·ter·pret·ably;
ir·re·me·ably;
is·su·ably;
kiss·ably;
knowl·edg·ably;
knowl·edge·ably;
laud·ably;
lov·ably;
man·age·ably;
mar·ket·ably;
mis·tak·ably;
ob·jec·tion·ably;
ob·serv·ably;
par·don·ably;
pat·ent·ably;
pen·sion·ably;
per·ceiv·ably;
per·me·ably;
per·suad·ably;
pic·tur·ably;
prais·ably;
prov·ably;
pun·ish·ably;
rate·ably;
re·deem·ably;
re·fut·ably;
re·leas·ably;
re·mov·ably;
re·new·ably;
re·spect·ably;
re·viv·ably;
re·volv·ably;
ro·tat·ably;
scal·ably;
slid·ably;
slide·ably;
sort·ably;
speak·ably;
strain·ably;
su·ably;
suf·fer·ably;
sup·pos·ably;
swing·ably;
teach·ably;
think·ably;
trace·ably;
tun·ably;
tune·ably;
un·at·tack·ably;
un·at·tain·ably;
un·avail·ably;
un·budge·ably;
un·chal·lenge·ably;
un·change·ably;
un·con·quer·ably;
un·de·clin·ably;
un·de·ni·ably;
un·der·stand·ably;
un·dis·cov·er·ably;
un·gain·say·ably;
un·im·peach·ably;
un·know·ably;
un·match·ably;
un·pre·vent·ably;
un·print·ably;
un·quench·ably;
un·search·ably;
un·shake·ably;
un·sur·pass·ably;
un·tam·ably;
un·tell·ably;
un·touch·ably;
un·trans·lat·ably;
un·tun·ably;
un·ut·ter·ably;
un·war·rant·ably;
us·ably;
war·rant·ably;

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  • Ably — A bly, adv. In an able manner; with great ability; as, ably done, planned, said. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -ably — a*bly A suffix composed of able and the adverbial suffix ly; as, favorably. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ably — [adv] capably adroitly, capably, competently; concept 527 …   New thesaurus

  • -ably — [ə blē] suffix forming adverbs in a way indicating a (specified) ability, tendency, etc …   English World dictionary

  • ably — [ā′blē] adv. in an able manner; skillfully …   English World dictionary

  • -ably — suffix forming adverbs corresponding to adjectives in able. * * * adverb suffix see able * * * a suffix combining able and ly that forms adverbs corresponding to adjectives ending in able: commendably; dependably; tolerably. Also, ibly. * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ably — [[t]e͟ɪbli[/t]] ADV GRADED: ADV with v Ably means skilfully and successfully. He was ably assisted by a number of members from the Middlesex branches …   English dictionary

  • ably — adverb In an able manner; with great ability. ably done, planned, said …   Wiktionary

  • ably — adv. Ably is used with these verbs: ↑assist, ↑represent, ↑support …   Collocations dictionary

  • ably — a|bly [ˈeıbli] adv cleverly, skilfully, or well ▪ She was ably assisted by her team of researchers …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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