The governor of reliably Blue New Jersey and possessor of an outsize personality, he commands attention.
Attacking Obama and his policies is reliably refracted as racism.
The leaders of the Mexican state may not always or reliably share all their knowledge with the United States.
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.