The books on that list are reliably brilliant, and The Pumpkin Eater is no exception.
The governor of reliably Blue New Jersey and possessor of an outsize personality, he commands attention.
Except for the two-state solution, the only issue that reliably drew applause was religious pluralism in Israel.
Why is our can-do country, tied at inception to the pursuit of happiness, so reliably interested in visions of its own demise?
No writer, and definitely no man, attracts hyperbolic censure as reliably.
Not a statement within its pages was committed to paper until it was thoroughly and reliably avouched for.
I am reliably informed that there never was a bank in Granby.
They don't amputate the lobes—supposed to be reliably identified—after carefully trepanning.
I advise you to visit Ireland, sor, which I'm reliably informed is the centhral jewel in Europe's crown of beauty.
Bill hoped that the old Liberty engine would keep on reliably pumping its four hundred horsepower into that propeller.
1560s, raliabill, Scottish; see rely + -able. Not common before 1850; and sometimes execrated thereafter in Britain as an Americanism because it involves a use of -able different from its use in provable, etc., but defended (by OED, Century Dictionary, etc.) on grounds of use of the suffix in available, laughable, etc.. Related: Reliably.