Carmen A. Lawler

Diffidently in a sentence

Re-phrase the following sentence to make the meaning of adverts "diffidently" and "tentatively" clearer:The book is a collection of papers issued diffidently and tentatively on the chance that they might interest some few researchers.

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PollutionOfTheMasses updated 18 August
Diffidently is not even a word that should be used in this case. Neither is tentatively. Both have the meaning of 'unsure, uncertain'. Tentatively clearer = uncertainly clearer? Please provide context and define your question better.
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