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Maybe it will snow tonight and school will be cancelled.
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.
This is the British English definition of maybe. View American English definition of maybe.
a room in a church used for storing things
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