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reputed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreputedre‧put‧ed /rɪˈpjuːtɪd/ adjective  REPUTATIONaccording to what some people say, but not definitelybe reputed to be/do something She is reputed to be extremely wealthy. the reputed leader of the Crips gang The painting was sold for a reputed $3 million.
Examples from the Corpus
reputedCleese has since sold his share of Video Arts for a reputed £7 million, but he still makes films for them.This was once a reputed halt for pilgrims.And this is reputed to be the mightiest in Britain.The deal is reputed to be worth £1m to Distillery which includes lease of the stadium and a share of the profits.The Cornish holed stone, Men-an-Tol, is reputed to cure a variety of afflictions, particularly of a rheumatic nature.Ernest Hemingway is reputed to have considered the descent from Monte in a toboggan one of the strongest emotions of his life.be reputed to be/do somethingShe is reputed to be extremely wealthy.And this is reputed to be the mightiest in Britain.Deprivation indicator scores are high and it is reputed to be a seedy haven for criminals and outcasts.Even Andy Hertzfeld, who was reputed to bleed the rainbow colors of the Apple logo, left the company.He was reputed to be one of the best-looking men in San Francisco.He was reputed to have a lightning start and had had some close races with Allan Wells.Lavender Lane was reputed to be the wealthiest road in Edgware.Nestl are reputed to spend upwards of $ 60 million every year on marketing Nescaf in Britain.The deal is reputed to be worth £1m to Distillery which includes lease of the stadium and a share of the profits.
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