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be rumoured

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe rumouredbe rumouredif something is rumoured to be true, people are saying secretly or unofficially that it may be trueallegedit is rumoured that It was rumoured that Johnson had been poisoned.be rumoured to be something She was rumoured to be a millionaire. a young man widely rumoured to be her lover rumoured
Examples from the Corpus
widely rumouredThe Beach is not the disaster that has been widely rumoured.
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