Everyday English-Supposedly/Supposably

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Supposably/Supposedly(adv)
These two are Not Interchangeable! They communicate completely different ideas.
Supposedly- as believed; purportedly; not definitely known to be true.
Supposably (US)-presumably; believed to be very likely although one isn’t certain.
Eg. She was supposedly in the cab at the time of the murder.😊✔️(based on claim)
She’s supposably not the murderer then. 😊✔️(based on inference)
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