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Synonyms for purportedly

believed or reputed to be the case


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The claims were based on tapped telephonic conversations, purportedly between Shah and Gujarat IPS officer G.
Mumbai: ICICI Bank suspended 18 employees following a report by news website Cobrapost that purportedly shows employees at the lender, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank helping clients with money laundering.
A television broadcast on Monday purportedly exposes six umpires from Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Some purportedly thought it was to cover up her lip synching.
In truth and fact, approximately 90 per cent of the machines purportedly sold to the victims either did not exist or were never owned by Moore or Netschi.
An American Haunting,'' based on a purportedly true occurrence, stars Sissy Spacek as the wife of a man whose home is infested by poltergeists in early-1800s Tennessee.
Parents' groups and assorted cultural commissars applauded as the Democratic governor, citing research that purportedly showed links between real-life violence and its pixelated counterparts, promised to make Illinois a safe haven for children.
The NYC Comptroller's office purportedly is negotiating a deal for as much as 250,000 s/f at 199 Water Street.
An art work purportedly made from excess fat from Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sold for $18,000," reports the BBC.
Most recently, I've noticed art historian Eric de Chassey refusing it the one possibility that used to be considered its very essence: Abstraction is alive and well, he claims, but what's now taboo is "restricting oneself to purportedly 'pure painting' or 'painting-as-painting.
The children purportedly contributed receivables for their respective initial LP interests.
The officer purportedly threatened to send the inmate to a special housing unit and affect her release date unless she submitted to his sexual demands.
Qatar-based Al-Jazeera satellite television channel broadcast the videotape purportedly released by al-Qaida's deputy leader Ayman al-Zawahri.
No wonder Peter Eisenman purportedly considered Ban a strange or perplexing student at New York's Cooper Union.
Rather, they purportedly made threats against A, interfered with A's attempts to find employment and objected to the former criminal's spending time in the yard outside the couple's house.