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al·low·ed·ly

 (ə-lou′ĭd-lē)
adv.
By general admission; admittedly.
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allowedly

(əˈlaʊɪdlɪ)
adv
(sentence modifier) by general admission or agreement; admittedly
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al•low•ed•ly

(əˈlaʊ ɪd li)

adv.
by general allowance or admission; admittedly.
[1595–1605]
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allowedly

advgewiss, zugegeben
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Since a complete examination of Coppe's tract is beyond the limits of an article, the following discussion will advance a possible interpretation of Coppe's real intentions by focusing on what is allowedly the central metaphorical image in the text, analysing its implications in the light of CIT.