When can I use obviously?

When can I use obviously?

You use obviously when you are stating something that you expect the person who is listening to know already. Obviously, they’ve had sponsorship from some big companies. There are obviously exceptions to this. You use obviously to indicate that something is easily noticed, seen, or recognized.

How can I use obviously in a sentence?

Obviously sentence example

  • Obviously he was still struggling with it.
  • She obviously wants you to stay.
  • He was obviously drunk.
  • He obviously missed Julia as well.
  • Obviously he didn’t actually believe that.
  • he paused, obviously realizing she was talking about her own feelings.

What sort of word is obviously?

OBVIOUSLY (adverb) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.

What is the opposite of obviously?

Antonyms & Near Antonyms for obviously. furtively, privately, secretively, secretly.

How do you use undoubtedly in a sentence?

Undoubtedly sentence example

  1. This was an area where he undoubtedly knew best.
  2. In 1577 Crichton was undoubtedly in Paris, but his career on the continent is difficult to follow.
  3. The future would undoubtedly throw more obstacles in their path, but they would tackle them as a family now.

What is the meaning of Without a doubt?

phrase. If you say that something is true without doubt or without a doubt, you are emphasizing that it is definitely true.

What can I say instead of without a doubt?

What is another word for without a doubt?

doubtless undoubtedly
sure unarguably
without doubt beyond doubt
beyond question all right
apparently beyond a doubt

What’s the opposite of doubt?

What is the opposite of doubt?

confidence belief
conviction aplomb
assuredness certainty
poise surety
positiveness self-assurance

What do you call a person who doubts everything?

skeptic. / (ˈskɛptɪk) /

Is doubt a negative word?

The word ‘doubt’ can refer to the cognitive process, as well as the negative emotion it sometimes involves. If someone is trying to decide whether they feel like having peanut butter or jelly on their toast, they are cognitively doubting, but probably not experiencing a negative emotion.