allegedly (not comparable)
- 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.
2008 November 13, Jason Whitlock, “The 10 best and 10 worst NFL coaches”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name):
- Philip Rivers is allegedly having the best season of any quarterback in the league.
2009 February 20, “The Closer”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name):
- ...her onscreen tears are allegedly real.
- This term is used in the media to avoid litigation when the facts are not 100% certain, or when referring to evidence in an ongoing trial.
according to someone's allegation