Reference #71: The Elements of Style

"Hopefully" once meant "with hope". But it is now widely used to mean "I hope", and "it is to be hoped". This leads to ambiguity when used and so should be avoided.

State what you mean clearly, precisely, and firmly.

Strunk, White. The Elements of Style, 2000. (48)

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