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Maybe it will snow tonight and school will be canceled.
Maybe Julie was right when she said I was jealous.
"When can you give me an answer?" "I don't know. Maybe tomorrow."
"Do you think he really loves you?" "Maybe. I'm not sure."
Maybe things will improve, but then again, maybe not.
Maybe we should call a doctor.
Maybe you could do a little job for me if you're not too busy?
Maybe someone could explain to me what's going on around here?
On the weekends she would drive into the city, do some shopping, and maybe visit a few friends.
This is the American English definition of maybe. View British English definition of maybe.
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