Evidently adverb - To all outward appearances.
Usage example: she was evidently dissatisfied with her job and abruptly quit
Supposedly and evidently are semantically related in as if topic. In some cases you can use "Supposedly" instead an adverb "Evidently", when it comes to topics like presumably.
- officially and evidently
- officially and supposedly
- apparently and evidently
- apparently and supposedly
- clearly and evidently
- clearly and supposedly
- presumably and evidently
- presumably and supposedly
- doubtless and evidently
- doubtless and supposedly
- ostensibly and evidently
- ostensibly and supposedly
- obviously and evidently
- obviously and supposedly
Both words in one sentence
- Not Quite Dead: Kane has been supposedly killed so many times that he is widely believed to be immortal, having evidently died at least once in almost every game in which he appears.
- The Grimoire of Honorius was supposedly written by Pope Honorius III; he was evidently so holy that he got bored fighting off the temptation of the mundane world and took to summoning demons solely to turn down their offers.
Source: Tome of Eldritch Lore
- Supposedly, Retro Studios wanted to add bounty-hunting side missions in Prime 3: Corruption, but this was vetoed by the higher-ups from Japan, who it's rumored thought it made Samus look like a criminal, having evidently never considered what "bounty hunter" means.
Source: Franchise / Metroid
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