Without Shazam, you can plausibly take credit for having written and performed any song you happen to hear on the radio.
By a large margin, it's the youngest women they believe they can plausibly nab.
He limits the playing field of peacemaking to what he thinks would be “plausibly acceptable” to the parties today.
Keep your hand raised if you actually live in a state that might plausibly elect a Republican to congress.
They have to be plausibly acceptable to all parties that would need to agree in order for them to be realized.
He may plausibly be labelled an anarchist, yet no definition of anarchism will wholly take him in.
It was plausibly written, and gave a plausible excuse for his absence.
In both cases it could be plausibly represented that the smaller and weaker Power was the actual aggressor.
No one has plausibly explained how they came by their office.
He had coughed most plausibly, moreover, because of the cigarettes.
1540s, "acceptable, agreeable," from Latin plausibilis "deserving applause, acceptable," from plaus-, past participle stem of plaudere "to applaud" (see plaudit). Meaning "having the appearance of truth" is recorded from 1560s. Related: Plausibly.