reputedly


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Related to reputedly: reportedly, repeatedly

re·put·ed

 (rĭ-pyo͞o′tĭd)
adj.
Generally supposed to be such: the reputed author of the article.

re·put′ed·ly adv.

reputedly

(rɪˈpjuːtɪdlɪ)
adv
according to general belief or supposition: the reputedly excellent food.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.reputedly - by repute; according to general belief; "fish with reputedly poisonous flesh"

reputedly

adverb supposedly, apparently, allegedly, seemingly, ostensibly He reputedly earns two millions pounds a year.
Translations

reputedly

[rɪˈpjuːtɪdlɪ] ADVsegún dicen

reputedly

[rɪˈpjuːtɪdli] advà ce que l'on dit

reputedly

advwie man annimmt; he is reputedly the best player in the worlder gilt als der beste Spieler der Welt

reputedly

[rɪˈpjuːtɪdlɪ] adv(stando) a quel che si dice, secondo quanto si dice
References in classic literature ?
A woman who had run away from her husband-- and reputedly with another man--was likely to have mastered the art of taking things for granted; but something in the quality of her composure took the edge from his irony.
She supports gay marriage and legalizing pot, reputedly whips up a mean five-course meal, and uses the word libertarian as the highest possible compliment.
Two characters from The Walls of Jericho return in The Conjure-Man Dies (1932), reputedly the first mystery novel published by a black American.
The reggae idol reputedly smoked pounds (weight not money) of the stuff every month and died at 36, riddled with cancer.
Several new texts have been added including Arabic accounts of Atabeg Kerbogha's attack on Antioch and the battle of Ascalon, extracts from Graindor de Douai's Chanson d'Antioche and the lyric Nomen a solemnibus, together with the letter attributed to Pope Sergius IV, reputedly the earliest expression of the crusade idea.
Regional Cablesystems picked up Image Cable, with 20,000 cable customers, reputedly for about $22.
The move is likely to be the first of many among major record companies, who - buffered by the security that the Madison Project reputedly offers (CI No 3,472) - are looking to exploit the commercial potential of music over the web.
Though he's reputedly blessed with acerbic wit and intelligence, his personality does not come through in the writing.
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, April 5 /PRNewswire/ - Pianist Oscar Peterson has reputedly completed his autobiography dealing with his life and career in jazz.
a-Public oversight, or regulation, reputedly reduces profit and harms the public interest.
The Spaniard will arrive on a three-year contract reputedly worth pounds 55million.
On the bright side you'll get a registration document in Elvis's name, an original bill of sale and even a half-smoked Cuban cigar reputedly stubbed out by the legend himself.