What is another word for reliably?

Pronunciation: [ɹɪlˈa͡ɪəblɪ] (IPA)

Reliably is a word used to describe something that is dependable and consistent. There are several synonyms to this word such as consistently, faithfully, surely, dependably, authoritative, genuinely, unfailingly, and securely. Consistently and faithfully emphasizes the unchanging nature of an action or behavior. Surely and dependably stress the trustworthiness and predictability of a person or thing. Authoritative conveys a sense of expertise and mastery, while genuinely and unfailingly suggest an element of honesty and sincerity. Securely indicates that something is reliable and safe. Regardless of which synonym is used, each term highlights the idea of regularity, trustworthiness and dependability.

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What are the opposite words for reliably?

When it comes to antonyms for the word "reliably," there are a few options to consider. One antonym might be the word "unreliably," which would suggest that something or someone is not consistent, dependable, or trustworthy. Another option could be the word "inconsistently," which implies that a particular behavior or activity is not done regularly or with a consistent approach. Other antonyms could include words like "erratically," "unpredictably," or even "unsteadily." Each of these terms highlights a lack of reliability, dependability, or consistency, and can be useful in expressing the opposite of the word "reliably.

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Usage examples for Reliably

Concerning the signatures of the Augustana, Tschackert writes as follows: The names of the signers are most reliably determined from the best manuscript copies of the original of the Confession, which have been preserved to us.
"Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church"
Friedrich Bente
Each one thinks less reliably, less intelligently, and less impartially than he would by himself alone.
"Psychology and Social Sanity"
Hugo Münsterberg
In all other cases, however, favorable results, more or less perfect according to the nature of the case, may be reliably looked for.
"The Electric Bath"
George M. Schweig

Famous quotes with Reliably

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    Shawn Fanning
  • We are putting more and more power into a system which is less and less able to carry it reliably.
    Paul Gillmor
  • In '93 to '94, every browser had its own flavor of HTML. So it was very difficult to know what you could put in a Web page and reliably have most of your readership see it.
    Tim Berners Lee
  • No sane man can afford to dispense with debilitating pleasures; no ascetic can be considered reliably sane.
    Robert M. Parker, Jr.
  • Collective states are constitutionally incapable of reliably producing anything but corpses.
    L. Neil Smith

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