Synonyms of reportedly
Definition of reportedly
according to what some say (used to express the speaker's belief that the information given is not necessarily true).
The offer was reportedly renewed during President Vladimir Putin's visit to India in December 2002.
Example of reportedly
Africa, reportedly , has only 14 million phone lines - significantly less than most large cities in the West.
After filming was complete, Jamal reportedly made use of his unexpired visa to return to London and apply for asylum in real life.
And he reportedly replied that religion is the way we conduct ourselves towards others.
civilians were reportedly killed
Elektra's martial arts mentor Stick will reportedly play a central role in the film which will see Elektra battling the ninja clan known as The Hand.
Harold rebuffed her, but reportedly told some close friends of his ‘very tiresome half sister’.
He later moved to the US, where he reportedly received flight training in Florida with his cousin Mohammed Atta.
he was in El Salvador, reportedly on his way to Texas
I should say that Morris died one week after getting to see the completed film late last year, and he reportedly loved it.
In fact, her appointment reportedly made her the highest-ranking woman in Chicago business.