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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtolerablytol‧e‧ra‧bly /ˈtɒlərəbli $ ˈtɑː-/ adverb [+adj/adverb]  QUITE/FAIRLYfairly, but not very much syn reasonably We were tolerably happy at first.
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tolerablyThe test produces tolerably accurate results.But if he could not kill them outright, he could put them in the way of tolerably certain death.They had increasing difficulty in providing even tolerably competent candidates for the array of provincial posts reserved for them.Diane hadn't been a stunner, but she'd had a pleasant face and a more than tolerably decent body.They were tolerably happy together, as marriages seem to go, a happiness achieved partly by agreeing to differ.Moreover, club directors were tolerably insulated from outside pressure.You write a very pretty hand and spell tolerably too.Beveridge's legacy endures because the welfare state works tolerably well and is immensely popular.Under instructions from Mission Control, he had jury-rigged several emergency systems, which were working tolerably well.
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