Meaning of debatably in English:



See debatable

‘‘Well-endowed’ bookshops may debatably be, but they're no substitute for libraries which give free access to a wide range of books.’
  • ‘Also to be discussed will be lifting the freeze on university tuition and nationalizing Quebec's water resources, debatably more important issues than teenage fashion.’
  • ‘This passage is effective, if only because it employs a debatably relevant, historical analogy.’
  • ‘Luke was, debatably, the most ‘normal’ of our threesome.’
  • ‘It condenses most of the best moments of the film into about five minutes, and by keeping its focus, it's debatably better than the feature itself.’