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- adv. According to repute or general belief.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In common opinion or estimation; by repute.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In common opinion or estimation; by repute.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by repute; according to general belief
Removing it via the means you suggest is reputed to be equally destructive and (again reputedly) not truly restorative.
On the whole the journalists that made the best job of it were those that did not provide biographical information (or qualified it with a liberal sprinklings of the word "reputedly") and preferred rather to make an in-depth analysis of Lovecraft's themes and language.
"Sorry Murdo, but if what 'reputedly' happened in the tunnel had happened in the street, the police would have brought ch ..."
At the time of the interview Levi Brisson was reputedly between eighty and ninety years old.
There were also photographs of Keshari Mitchell outside two known cocaine processing houses reputedly owned by The Consortium, one of which had been raided by the Los Angeles Police Department.
It is however a prime example of the prefigura, the ghost of Hamlet's father a classic omen, a portent of doom and openly described as such, explicitly compared to the signs and omens reputedly seen in Rome before Caesar's murder.
Temixco is reputedly the worst place for dengue in this area.
When California and other U.S. states first decided (between 1915 and 1933) to criminalize marijuana, the principal motivations were not grounded in science or public health but rather in prejudice and discrimination against immigrants from Mexico who reputedly smoked the "killer weed."
Finally, it is not clear who will be monitoring the election or counting the votes, once they are in - this, in a country with a reputedly long history of voter fraud and rigged elections.
Probably you think Churchill should be fired, but do you support the firing of Hoppe for making reputedly anti-gay remarks in a classroom?