Definition of Reputedly

1. Adverb. By repute; according to general belief. "Fish with reputedly poisonous flesh"

Definition of Reputedly

1. adv. In common opinion or estimation; by repute.



Definition of Reputedly

1. Adverb. According to repute or general belief. ¹

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Definition of Reputedly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reputedly

repursuing
reputabilities
reputability
reputable
reputableness
reputably
reputation
reputational
reputationally
reputationless
reputations
reputatively
repute
reputed
reputed(a)
reputedly (current term)
reputeless
reputes
reputing
reputings
repyne
reqd
reqest
requalification
requalifications
requalified
requalifies
requalify
requalifying
requeen

Literary usage of Reputedly

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1. The Institutes of Medicine by Martyn Paine (1862)
"A fortiori, therefore, the reputedly first inhabitants of this globe, such as the trilobite, attest the existence of the same light at their creation as is ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1863)
"To know the fever in its different forms, it would be necessary to study it in the reputedly healthy and unhealthy parts of the river, at different times of ..."

3. A sketch of the denominations of the Christian world: With a Persuasive to ...by John Evans by John Evans (1811)
"... whether reputedly orthodox, or reputedly heterodox, let us maintain them with charity. " NEWTON and LOCKE (says Bishop Watson) were esteemed Sod, ..."

4. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1896)
"... that is to say, not only between the obviously good and evil, but between the real and the reputedly good, and the real and the reputedly evil. ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1872)
"Medical science would, I think, go further, and say that such a will would absolutely prove that, though reputedly an idiot, he was not so in fact, ..."

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