alleged[ uh-lejd, uh-lej-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF alleged
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALLEGED
But let us pass from scientific speculations to alleged scientific facts.
Each day he alleged the necessity of conferring with the woman.
The booth was decorated with some of his alleged masterpieces.
Of the two, it was alleged that it was better to preserve the one, at Paris.
Grievances of Ireland, examination of the alleged, 701the true, 708.
It is alleged that the last 1,000 votes should not be counted.
Should I have acted thus if I had been upon such an errand as is alleged?
The only justification they alleged was that your governor had authorised this conduct.
There is, it may be alleged, a native as well as an acquired taste.
One word as to the alleged "intolerance of the fanatic Orangemen of Belfast."