an adjective used to describe information obtained from the tabloids. To be used in place of allegedly and definitely should be used in place of words like "actually true" and "factual information," since we know tabloid info is questionable.
Girl 1: I heard that Russell Brand and Katy Perry are getting divorced.
Girl 2: Is that true?

Girl 1: Tab-ledgedly. I read it in US weekly yesterday.
by amylovesyou79 January 03, 2012

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