adverb: According to someone's conspicuous impressions (which could be alleged ensuingly).
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
That's two uses of the term allegedly thus far and we're still at the trail head of the lead sentence!
This is about whether any person appointed by that allegedly corrupt governor and I use the term allegedly loosely can serve and be effective in the position, given the circumstances surrounding the appointment.
The lawsuit concerns some two dozen songs, for which the label allegedly has not paid royalties to artists for their use in compilations and as ringtones.
• Michael Jackson got what he paid for was amended to add the word "allegedly" to a statement that the singer offered wine to children.
Maybe, like Gordon Brown, they would have endured whispering about being "psychologically flawed" (a term allegedly used by Campbell), or maybe, like Campbell, they would have prospered regardless.