Used to introduce a proposition to discussion without commitment to its truth(adverb)
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Use "hypothetically" in a sentence
"Well, if I were to do this purely hypothetically, that is I would probably use pages from the inner depths of the paper...not front page news."
"Right below the surface of George Bush, Dick Cheney, Tom DeLay, and many of the leading senators and congressmen there are ugly, repugnant demons from hell who just love to take the far, far, far right distorted path that lies behind the noble chimera they use to mask their putrescent actions and intentions ... hypothetically, that is."
""But what would happen," Moichi persisted, "if you did come up against one hypothetically, that is?""