[ US /ɹɪpˈjutɪdɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪpjˈuːtɪdli/ ]
  1. by repute; according to general belief
    fish with reputedly poisonous flesh
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How To Use reputedly In A Sentence

  • But after reputedly making millions from crime he says he's now penniless.
  • The Romans reputedly forded the river a few miles east of Mr Boanas' history-making attempt, but the river is believed to have been marshland then, and without the deep channels gouged out by modern shipping.
  • Already Fitch's new headquarters is reputedly worth the £13 million it cost to buy and convert.
  • The ignorant president who reputedly cares nothing for the sensitivities of other cultures is shown to have diplomatic antennae.
  • A visit to the bustling 14th century Khan El-Kalili Bazaar, reputedly the largest bazaar in the Middle East, transports you back among the world of the living.
  • Clooney, who reputedly flew in on economy class unannounced, was merely making a pit stop to check on his investment.
  • By 1981, it was reputedly the most profitable casino in the world, buttressing much of the Playboy empire with its gambling revenues.
  • The phoenix was a mythical bird of ancient Egypt which reputedly burned every 500 years and rose rejuvenated from its ashes.
  • More than one drunken fireman was reputedly found asleep in an adjacent stable.
  • Like many other historic properties, Hackfall belonged to an owner who reputedly would never sell.
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