Allegedly [adverb]

Definition of Allegedly:

by allegation

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Adefeso recently took to Instagram Live, explaining why he broke up with Tamar after she allegedly hit him.

He also allegedly asked prosecutors to explore whether the mayor of Seattle might be prosecuted for allowing the creation of a small autonomous protest zone this year.

The ad starts with a voice, allegedly of a steelworker, lamenting the decline of the steel industry in the United States.

Janczewski was most recently the lead investigator in a case to trace and seize $250 million in cryptocurrency from an unprecedented streak of multimillion-dollar hacks allegedly carried out by the North Korean hacking team known as Lazarus Group.

These individuals allegedly maintained a robust network for disseminating disinformation about political rivals and journalists.

Sometimes, when the women complained to management of harassment or failed to “play along,” they allegedly were fired or not asked to return to work.

He did not identify the sanctioned individuals whose bank accounts HSBC is allegedly continuing to operate.

The biggest blowup so far spurred Epic Games, maker of the blockbuster video game Fortnite, to sue Apple for allegedly monopolistic, anticompetitive behavior.

Fake ad jobs were a problem prior to the pandemic — Meg Graham wrote about them for AdAge in 2018 — but now, with agencies laying off thousands of employees due to the coronavirus, those allegedly fake positions are even more insidious.

The Blade contacted the police department at Upper Moreland Township, which Murt said he contacted shortly after Sims allegedly threated him to report the incident.