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Non-statutory words: words ending -ible and -ibly

It is possible for some aeroplanes to fly inverted.
He couldn't possibly do anything wrong.
She was squirming at the horrible sight.
It all went horribly wrong.
After the argument, he was in a terrible mood.
It all went terribly wrong.
The vein was visible on his forehead.
He was visibly tired from too much work.
The special effects are incredible.
My friend plays the cello incredibly well.
I need someone sensible to help me.
You must learn to behave sensibly.
Matthew opened the door in a forcible manner.
The handwriting was neat and legible.

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