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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

- access to petroleum reservoirs around Baku near the Caspian Sea. Persia, ostensibly neutral, had long been under the spheres of British and Russian influence...
- Soviets invaded Eastern Poland under a pretext that the Polish state had ostensibly ceased to exist. On 27 September, the Warsaw garrison surrendered to the...
- videos that promote conspiracy theories and falsehoods, hosting videos ostensibly targeting children but containing violent and/or ****ually suggestive content...
- subject of some controversy in January 2007 when Gervais told a story, ostensibly about how people will do anything to become famous, referring to the murder...
- Ukrainian political and business figures who attended the Trump inauguration, ostensibly promoting a pro-Russian "peace plan" for Ukraine that included the lifting...
- alleged that Huffman's $15,000 donation to the Key Worldwide Foundation, ostensibly a charitable contribution, was in fact payment to a person who pretended...
- on either wing as well as through the centre of the pitch, and, while ostensibly right-footed, is very strong with both feet. He ranks among the world's...
- On 16 January 1979, the Shah left the country for medical treatment (ostensibly "on vacation"), never to return. Two w****s later, on Thursday, 1 February...
- find out why Kushner, Manafort, and Trump Jr. were invited to a meeting ostensibly about the Magnitsky Act. Beniaminov tells Kaveladze that he heard Goldstone...
- Medvedev "President of a dream", referring to the early 1990s when people ostensibly dreamed of the time they "would live without the stranglehold of ubiquitous...
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