Hope"ful*ly(?), adv. 1. In a hopeful manner.
2. I hope; if all goes well; as,
hopefully, the dress will be ready before the party. Some prescriptivists object to this usage as being ungrammatical, but it is very common and well understood. It is usually used to begin a sentence describing a desired future event.
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