How to use Predictably in a sentence
Predictably, I think, he has underperformed for that reason.
Predictably, the financial markets favor a continuation of the economic policies pursued by the governing coalition.
Much to her dismay she finds the place predictably conservative and even somewhat diminutive of a woman's role in society.
Predictably disastrous Results The results have been predictably disastrous.
Predictably, the appetite for Gothic horrors seems to grow as the taste for more wholesome art declines.Advertisement
Predictably enough, the extreme anti-copyright position is a politically marginal one.
This year, predictably, both the Royal Ballet and the English National Ballet are dancing the nutcracker.
Some of the music is really good, but a lot of it is unspectacular and very much in the predictably plaid mold.
Predictably, an American remake has just been announced.
Predictably, Max gathered snow from mom's car to create a large snowball to take into the house to threaten his sister with.Advertisement
Predictably, the right wing in America are now calling Ritter an Iraqi stooge.
More predictably, results also showed three-quarters of respondents believe leaders get better with age.
Predictably, Max gathered snow from mom 's car to create a large snowball to take into the house to threaten his sister with.
The voice of reason and something of a moral authority, Frylock uses his fries as limbs while trying to protect Meatwad from Shake's wrath, as well as generally smoothing out ill-conceived schemes gone predictably awry.
These seeds grow predictably strong, healthy plants that produce a lot of vegetables or fruit.Advertisement
Qualities of replica glasses vary widely, but good quality replicas are predictably top sellers.
Predictably, skeptics view the team's use of EMF (Electro Magnetic Field) detectors and various devices as suspect.
The mystery and allure associated with the lower back tattoo was, quite predictably, switched around in urban culture as being a sign of promiscuity and anything but attractive.
Robin Hobbs' The Farseer Trilogy is of this ilk, with hero FitzChivalry FarSeer being taught only one half of his magical legacy, with predictably unfortunate results.