supposedly, he rolled a 144 at the Camp David bowling alley this past August.
And the food is supposedly worse than the conditions of confinement.
It might be a good test for the man who can supposedly get "any movie made anywhere at any time."
The animals are supposedly evacuating themselves in anticipation of an eruption at the park, which sits on a huge volcanic system.
As it transpired, Dylan had performed songs in Shanghai that had supposedly been “dropped” in Beijing.
The climate was arid, and the dry soil was loaded with alkaline salts, supposedly destructive to most vegetable life.
Probably I did look young; and then Nannie, whom I was supposedly visiting, was only fifteen.
Evidently, someone on room service had found the suite to be supposedly empty and had sent a boy up to investigate.
He went to Damietta, supposedly to take charge of the defense.
supposedly she has a job as some sort of a practical nurse in a hospital right now.
"believed or thought to exist," 1580s, past participle adjective from suppose (q.v.); often with the -e- pronounced, to distinguish it from the passive past tense supposed, now common in the sense of "to have a duty or obligation" (1859).