use plausibly in a sentence.
It plausibly sounds like something a PM would say.
If your Markov chain can plausibly generate the post - it's boring?
The headline could plausibly, and amusingly, be: "Apple Disappoints With 52% Year Over Year Profit Growth"
Maybe there's a market for storage that is deduped but plausibly claims to not be.
In-person meeting is top, and not THAT hard to get if you can plausibly represent a group.
I'm guessing you meant "fewer features" (but you might plausibly have meant "lesser features").
One could plausibly scrape a significant portion of the adjacency of the network from chained searches for '25 things' and similar notes.
If you honestly think there's a way they could plausibly have made it harder, start by naming a project which has a higher barrier to entry.
That's the beauty of quid pro quo: it's plausibly deniable and you can poke fun at those who suspect it.
Unlike the Roomba, a customer couldn't plausibly assert that a TV or a painting actually escaped from a room by itself.
If I couldn't plausibly be profitable, I still might want to convince people I'm losing less money than I actually am.
Well, if you'd found out about it a few years ago you'd plausibly still have felt an obligation to support IE7, and thus been unable to use it.
That's plausibly true, but I for one think it's a bit sad if isolated blogs are seen as a problem rather than valuable decentralization.
Perhaps I should have said "Supporting versions of C past the point where one could plausibly just pipe the C code through a C++ compiler.
I don't understand how the Rails team could plausibly have slowed down the disclosure.
I'm wondering when some government is going to figure out how to make money through plausibly deniable widespread credit card fraud.
In fairness, that sounds like something Sherlock Holmes would very plausibly do.
Yeah, Google needs to return random or plausibly zero/empty data when a user has disabled the permission.