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Definition of Ostensibly

Ostensibly
Ostensibly Os*ten"si*bly, adv. In an ostensible manner; avowedly; professedly; apparently. --Walsh. Ostensibly, we were intended to prevent filibustering into Texas, but really as a menace to Mexico. --U. S. Grant.

Meaning of Ostensibly from wikipedia

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- victory for the Roman tradition at the Council of Whitby (664), which was ostensibly about haircuts and the date of Easter, but more significantly, about the...
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