Hypothetically, too. Though with me, these two are often implied more than said. It's (I think) the major flaw in my communication skills, that I imply too much, assuming the other person will pick up on it without me saying it explicitly, and assuming things that are obvious to me are obvious to everyone, too much so to merit mentioning. I feel like if I point everything out stage by stage, I'm patronizing the other person and treating them as though they're stupid, so I tend to err on the side of assumption too often sometimes. Then, though I'm actually treating them as equals by not wanting to be condescending, what it gets taken as is often me 'talking over people's heads' to deliberately bamboozle them or make them feel stupid. I can't win!!
Actually, I say 'supposedly' quite a bit, and 'ostensibly'. In speech, though I don't think I've used them that much on here.
Ahh, yes. I like implying things as well. Especially things that many people are offended by-so I don't automatically annoy them.
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