Definition for POS'SI-BLY

POS'SI-BLY, adv.

  1. By any power, moral or physical, really existing. Learn all that can possibly be known. Can we possibly his love desert? – Milton.
  2. Perhaps; without absurdity. Arbitrary power tends to make a man a bad sovereign, who might possibly have been a good one, had he been invested with authority circumscribed by laws. – Addison.

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