reportedly

All Adverb
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  • The show has reportedly been taken off the air in several countries.
  • It reportedly is seen after rain and after a train has gone by.
  • The paper was reportedly still in existence a hundred years later, but has since been lost.
  • It became so powerful that it was reportedly able to raise two hundred thousand fighting men.
  • The current town is reportedly located on the site of the Native American village.
  • The album was reportedly returned to stores by the thousands after a few weeks.
  • The man reportedly saw the chaos and ran back into his car in fear.
  • He reportedly claims it would have been impossible to kill so many people in such a short period of time.
  • Reportedly, in extreme cases, they do not drink any water over the course of their lives.
  • She reportedly was released from the hospital the next day.
  • The girl and her friend reportedly took one tablet each whilst at home before the event.
  • The fire reportedly began in a commercial building on Main Street.
  • The houses were reportedly built to serve as a line of defense against Native Americans.
  • He was interested in music from an early age, reportedly beginning to sing shortly after learning to speak.
  • He reportedly only went after she pleaded with him to go.
  • The actress led an active private life, reportedly swimming and playing tennis every morning.
  • Homes were reportedly destroyed, while businesses and the high school were also damaged.
  • A stable relationship leading to marriage, which she reportedly desired, had also not happened.
  • The quality and communications capacity of the second satellite reportedly was much greater than the first.
  • The paper reportedly last made money in the early 1950s.
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Meaning of reportedly

  • adverb According to reports or other information
    she was reportedly his mistress for many years