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Example Sentences for "probably"

Looking at the agenda, I'd say it'll probably be a long meeting.

You'd better write down the appointment in your agenda, or you'll probably forget.

When people talk about drug abuse, they never seem to include alcoholism, which is probably the most common form of drug abuse in our society.

Our little girl has trouble digesting eggs, so we figure she's probably allergic to them.

According to a political analyst, Premier Campbell will probably lose the election, and in fact, may even lose his own seat.

The average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in this city is probably about $700 a month now.

In the future, many household appliances will probably be computerized, and people will be able to program them to cook food or wash clothes from work.

The plane will probably arrive a little later than scheduled, due to the bad weather.

The tragedy was probably avoidable to some extent.

The government should have been better prepared.

Profits are down at the company, and they're probably going to have to axe a few people.

She has a good sense of balance.

She could probably walk on a tightrope wire.

My grandfather on my mother's side is bald, so I guess I'll probably lose my hair too.

The Beatles are probably the most popular band that has ever been.

I totally blew my final exam, and I think I've probably failed the course because of it.

The vegetables probably bolted because they weren't getting enough water and became stressed.

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