Definitions for allegedly
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word allegedly.
according to what has been alleged
"he was on trial for allegedly murdering his wife"
According to someone's allegation.
The suspect was allegedly involved in the robbery, but his alibi placed him in another state at the time.
According to someone's conspicuous impressions (which could be alleged ensuingly).
The game is allegedly exciting.
In law, an allegation is a claim of an unproven fact by a party in a pleading, charge, or defense. Until they can be proved, allegations remain merely assertions.
"Allegedly" is an adverb used to convey that something has been stated or claimed, often without providing proof or evidence. It often implies doubt or skepticism regarding the truth of the assertion, suggesting it may be subject to verification or investigation. It is typically used in legal and media contexts to avoid potential accusations of libel or slander until the issue is officially settled.
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Rank popularity for the word 'allegedly' in Adverbs Frequency: #422
The numerical value of allegedly in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of allegedly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
What is the worst thing you’ve done for love? Exist! I hate existing, I wish I didn’t exist, but I do everyday because allegedly, there is someone out there on earth who’s ‘perfect’ for me. Yeah, I don’t believe any of that. What if there’s no one? Have we ever thought about that? What if we were just destined to be alone forever?
I would love to have him on the couch to explore how some of his early childhood behavior led to this need to [allegedly] dominate women and the difficulty with intimacy.
With hindering prosecution, you usually need to provide some criminal assistance to a person that has committed a felony, but for someone to tell an officer, ‘ Karen Charrington can't come in,' and they don't want to answer questions – Karen Charrington have that full right to remain silent to police officers. Karen Charrington’re not obligated to tell the officers what happened in a crime. Lauren Pazienza being led into a New York City courthouse on March 22, 2022. ( Curtis Means) Lauren Pazienza being led into a New York City courthouse on March 22, 2022( Curtis Means) After allegedly shoving Barbara Gustern to Barbara Gustern death, Pazienza stayed in the area for more than 20 minutes, according to The DA. NYC SOCIALITE ACCUSED IN ELDERLY SHOVE DEATH BULLIED CLASSMATES IN SCHOOL Surveillance footage reviewed by the DA captured Pazienza getting into a fight with a man believed to be her fiancé about seven minutes after the shove, then watching as an ambulance arrived at the location. About half an hour after the attack, Pazienza and her fiancé allegedly entered Penn Station and took the subway back to their shared condo in Astoria, Queens. Building where Lauren Pazienza and Lauren Pazienza fiancé reside in Queens, New York( Fox News Digital / Rebecca Rosenberg) It wasn't until six days later Lauren Pazienza fled New York City on March 16 after Barbara Gustern succumbed to Barbara Gustern injuries. Lauren Pazienza's parents' home in Port Jefferson, New York( Fox News Digital Digital/Rebecca Rosenberg) MARCH 10 : Barbara Gustern shoved to the ground in Manhattan MARCH 15 : Barbara Gustern dies. Lauren Pazienza cause of death ruled to blunt-force trauma to the head MARCH 16 : Pazienza reportedly flees to parents' home on Long Island as she apparently deleted her social media MARCH 17 : Pazienza allegedly stopped using her cellphone and hid it at her aunt's house MARCH 19 : NYPD received anonymous tip on Pazienza MARCH 21 : NYPD turned away from Pazienza family home MARCH 22 : Pazienza retains attorney and surrenders in Manhattan Lauren Pazienza's mug shot.
I think [allegedly] using roofies to drug people is definitely one step removed from being a direct somnophiliac, the date rape is just about having total power over somebody but not about being asleep as much.
He allegedly oversaw and approved their political and electoral interference operations in the United States which included the purchase of American computer server space, the creation of hundreds of fictitious online personas, and the use of stolen identities of persons from the United States, these actions were allegedly taken to reach significant numbers of Americans for the purposes of interfering with the United States political system, including the 2016 Presidential Election.
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- presumptamentCatalan, Valencian
- údajně, prýCzech
- angeblich, vermeintlichGerman
- कथित तौर परHindi
- állítólag, vélhetőlegHungarian
- angivelig, visstnokNorwegian
- przypuszczalnie, rzekomoPolish
- якобы, будто быRussian
- åberopat, försäkrat, påståttSwedish
- iddiaya göre, sözdeTurkish
- مبینہ طور پرUrdu
- bị cáo buộcVietnamese
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