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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishallegedlyal‧leg‧ed‧ly /əˈledʒɪdli/ ●○○ adverb [sentence adverb] formal  ACCUSEused when reporting something that people say is true, although it has not been proved a sports car, allegedly stolen in Manchester
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allegedlyThis facility allegedly commanded the strategic approaches to the Red Sea.Its officials, and many chairmen in the top division, are furious that Taylor has allegedly done a U-turn over transfers.As she had pledged that she was innocent, she offered no account as to why she allegedly hated her husband.Why should abolition not apply to the poll tax during what are allegedly its last two years?The incidents allegedly occurred between January 1995 and October 1996.He allegedly refused to treat the boy, insisting that he should be taken to hospital.He was arrested for allegedly stabbing his former wifeBut Graham allegedly was concerned only about money and how much would be available to him for signings.
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