He tentatively suggested that the text is a pastiche compiled by a modern forger with an elementary grasp of Coptic.
Unemployment and foreclosures remain high, yet the world economy is tentatively stable.
His Empire State colleagues, while tentatively supportive, have been far less than fulsome in their comments.
Brosnahan called Lopez three days later and told him he tentatively had a match.
The tribunal is tentatively scheduled to close its doors in 2013, and Karadzic, says Klarin, may be hoping to wait it out.
"He might ha' done that, to be sure," said Joseph, tentatively.
"I suppose you are getting bored by this delay," she said tentatively.
Spurling played with the butt of his revolver as he said these words, and looked at Granger tentatively, then looked aside.
"I guess you better hold these loose in your hand," she said tentatively.
In the presence of severe immediate symptoms we may tentatively assume that a simultaneous destructive lesion has been produced.
1580s, from Medieval Latin tentativus "trying, testing," from Latin tentatus, past participle of tentare "to feel, try," (variant of temptare "to feel, try, test"). Related: Tentatively.