Apparently and Reputedly

Apparently

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Apparently adverb – To all outward appearances.
Usage example: apparently, her husband didn't know the cake was for the raffle, since he helped himself to a piece

Reputedly and apparently are semantically related in allegedly topic. In some cases you can use "Reputedly" instead the word "Apparently" as an adverb or an adjective.
Nearby Word: apparent
Synonyms for Apparently

Reputedly

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Reputedly adverb – By repute; according to general belief.
Apparently and reputedly are semantically related in supposedly topic. You can use "Apparently" instead the word "Reputedly" as an adverb or an adjective.
Nearby Word: reputed
Synonyms for Reputedly

Both words in one sentence

  • Dragged into Drag During this time, Kiko and her friends dress up July (a reputedly emotionless male "doll" with no will of his own mind you) in frilly dresses and makeup until he apparently grows annoyed and leaves.
  • With My Hands Tied: Mediochre reputedly once fought off a horde of Undead with his hands full ( apparently of Joseph's unconscious form) and one foot stuck.
  • Film / Solomon Kane Never-the-less Elizabeth I would surely have done something and since her mother was reputedly a witch.... Human Notepad Solomon is covered in religiously-themed tattoos and scars, apparently intended to ward off evil.
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