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synonyms for reputedly

  • ostensibly
  • professedly
  • clearly
  • obviously
  • surely
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How to use reputedly in a sentence

It must have been a far-flung romance, for the Craigs reputedly came from up in the Wind River district.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
It was erected by the State of Virginia in 1940, reputedly on the spot where he received his famous nickname.
MANASSES (BULL RUN) NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD PARK-VIRGINIAFRANCIS F. WILSHIN
For her grandfather in whose house she lived was, though reputedly wealthy, a miserly man.
FIFTY-TWO STORIES FOR GIRLSVARIOUS
Jacob had a large family; his sons are reputedly the heads of the twelve Jewish tribes.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE DEVILCHARLES BRADLAUGH
The curative qualities of what Spenser calls the 'ranke-smelling rue' were reputedly of a very varied sort.
STORYOLOGYBENJAMIN TAYLOR
The historical facts on which the Christian religion is reputedly or actually founded.
HISTORY OF DOGMA, VOLUME 1 (OF 7)ADOLPH HARNACK
Nor have the reputedly wise and good of this world seen any presumption in desiring such a communiqué.
GOD AND MR. WELLSWILLIAM ARCHER
The bush (reputedly the abode of ghosts) was, save at one point, impenetrable.
THE KEEPERS OF THE KING'S PEACEEDGAR WALLACE
Hence, nearly all the saviors were reputedly born of virgins.
THE WORLD'S SIXTEEN CRUCIFIED SAVIORSKERSEY GRAVES
Then he took him by an indirect route to what was, reputedly, a tavern of consequence.
NO DEFENSE, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
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