possibly

[pos-uh-blee]
adverb
1.
perhaps; maybe: It may possibly rain today.
2.
in a possible manner: She has all the money she can possibly use.
3.
by any possibility: Could you possibly check this information for me?

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see possible, -ly

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possibly (ˈpɒsɪblɪ)
 
sentence substitute, —adv
1.  a.  perhaps or maybe
 b.  (as sentence modifier): possibly he'll come
 
adv
2.  by any chance; at all: he can't possibly come

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Example sentences
Leptin acts during a critical period early in life, possibly.
Once established, the plant is vigorous, possibly even invasive add to my plant
  list.
Poor management and lack of resources meant possibly waiting hours for police
  to respond to calls.
He was often drunk, belligerent and promiscuous-and possibly suicidal.
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