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adverb as in supposedly

adverb as in theoretically

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Although police reputedly contest the claim that the woman used Uber to get home that night, Dencer is an Uber driver.

Her father was reputedly a capo in the Bonanno crime family.

Vito Marcantonio, the fiery Communist congressman from the Bronx, was reputedly playing ball with the mob.

Finance Ministry technocrats, who reputedly hold nightly séances with Milton Friedman, create the budget options.

It must have been a far-flung romance, for the Craigs reputedly came from up in the Wind River district.

It was erected by the State of Virginia in 1940, reputedly on the spot where he received his famous nickname.

For her grandfather in whose house she lived was, though reputedly wealthy, a miserly man.

Jacob had a large family; his sons are reputedly the heads of the twelve Jewish tribes.

The curative qualities of what Spenser calls the 'ranke-smelling rue' were reputedly of a very varied sort.


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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reputedly, such as: allegedly, apparently, probably, purportedly, believably, and supposably.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.