Similar words: representative, relatively, ostentatious, actively, effectively, respectively, orientation, presentation. Meaning: ['tentətɪvlɪ] adv. in a tentative manner.
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1 I tentatively suggested that she might be happier working somewhere else.
2 They have tentatively agreed to our proposal.
3 Albi knocked tentatively and entered.
4 She tentatively ventured the opinion that the project would be too expensive to complete, but the boss ignored her.
5 Perhaps, he suggested tentatively, they should send for Dr Band.
6 The next round of talks is tentatively scheduled to begin October 21st in Washington.
7 Tentatively, some dipped their toes to test the water.
8 A hearing is tentatively scheduled for fall.
9 The dedication ceremony is tentatively scheduled for Nov. 19.
10 A service in Houston is tentatively planned for Saturday.
11 Her hand touched the compress on his head tentatively.
12 Trails of blue cigarette smoke would drift tentatively upward.
13 Science is cumulative,[www.Sentencedict.com] because it tentatively accepts previously established knowledge on a subject as the foundation for development of further knowledge.
14 Tentatively, her lips returned the brush of his, and she heard a moan deep in his throat.
15 We talked about it tentatively at first, as we walked, arms linked, over rainy cobblestone streets.
16 She heaped her scorn on what became his tentatively offered ideas.
17 He touched her almost tentatively, and his hands were unsteady again now.
18 He struck the ball tentatively, and it came up short.
19 She put her hand tentatively to her face, a small, fretful, cry escaping from her bruised lips.
20 Or, very tentatively, and with much temerity, could Wheeler have been wrong?
21 Easier, easier ... and Creggan, with his talons tentatively stretched out below him, landed on one of its branches.
22 The silence is tentatively broken by the skylarks but they soon give up.
23 The play could now be tentatively scheduled for the Edinburgh Festival of 1953, one year later than Eliot had originally planned.
24 However, the following proposals are tentatively put forward as minimum requirements for most kinds of library. 1.
25 All three structures dated to the third century and were tentatively identified as shrines.
26 Everyone who signs the petition becomes eligible to participate in the convention tentatively set for Labor Day weekend.
27 Earlier this month the State of the Union had been tentatively scheduled for Feb. 5.
28 She tried to stifle the insidious army of questions tentatively beginning to attack her.
29 Another pending decision which also awaits the new Board of Supervisors concerns the proposed bond election, tentatively scheduled for May 20.
30 A comparable soil and silt horizon with charcoal flecks was tentatively identified east of the road in Townsend Close.
More similar words: representative, relatively, ostentatious, actively, effectively, respectively, orientation, presentation, argumentation, representation, implementation, lively, exclusively, native, developmental, confrontation, relative, lucrative, narrative, incentive, innovative, initiative, cooperative, pejorative, alternative, legislative, conservative, administrative, motive, active.