reputedly (part of speech: adverb)
- Have you not seen- How slow to perceive, even you, a reputedly clever man, can be! - "At Love's Cost", Charles Garvice.
- A young man from Indiana, Samuel Moffett, with a companion, Graham Lee, had gone some time before to Pyeng- yang, reputedly the worst city in Korea. - "Korea's Fight for Freedom", F.A. McKenzie.
- It was the service of the late General Pitt- Rivers in this country, and of Klemm more laboriously abroad, to establish this aspect of the 'Evolution of Culture' beyond controversy: as it was the work of Boucher de Perthes, and of Sir John Evans and Sir John Lubbock to proceed in the reverse direction, from a criterion of utility to a hypothesis of design, and the conclusion that certain stones, of reputedly prehuman antiquity, must be the work of human hands, geared to human brains like ours. - "The Unity of Civilization", Various.