(Latin: suffix; able manner, capably)

Forming adverbs corresponding to adjectives in -able.

comparably (adverb), more comparably, most comparably
In a manner or degree that is worthy of being of equal regard or value.
That which has a powerful and irresistible effect, influence, etc. to drive someone into a course of action.
conceivably (adverb), more conceivably, most conceivably
creditably (adverb), more creditably, most creditably
A reference to having financial trust: The creditably reliable report from the bank made it possible for Florence to borrow and to pay for her vocational training so she could get a better job.
1. In a manner or to a degree deserving blame or censure.
2. Deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy.
curably (adverb) (not comparable)
A reference to procedures which show possibilities of healing: "Mark's illness was very serious; however, the doctors were determined to find a curably successful treatment for him."
definably (adverb), more definably, most definably
Capable of being made clear or explained in a comprehensible manner: The doctor's presentation to the students was the most definably understood explanation of the disease than any which had been previously given.
demonstrably (adverb), more demonstrably, most demonstrably
Clearly evident, or obvious: The politicians had a demonstrably lack of concern for the general welfare of their country.
1. Used to indicate that someone, or something, is behaving as usual or as expected.
2. In a way that inspires trust or confidence.
deplorably (adverb), more deplorably, most deplorably
In an unfortunate or wretched or bad manner: The children behaved deplorably.