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1) a word tacked on to the beginning, middle, or end of a group of words that emphasizes that fact that what you are saying may not be true.

2) a word used to get your point across about someone or something without sounding biggoted, bias, or harsh.

3) a way to spread gossip around while verbally citing that you heard it from a source that may not be a reliably truthful source.

*use the word allegedly. it's much safer and makes you look less suspicious.
1) Today they're selling ice cream at lunch time. Allegedly.

2) Bob's toasters never seem to work. Allegedly.

3) Susie stole bubble gum from the store then cheated on Georgie with Johnnie. Allegedly.
by lollipopcupcake May 21, 2007
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Apr 19 Word of the Day
A sarcastic name for singer and songwriter Dua Lipa
Oh my god have you heard that new Dula Peep song?
by Expired Ravioli February 03, 2021
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Something that might have taken place,but there is no proof to back up the claim.
"Hey did you here boots and the ginger fucked an ostrich."

by The123whoknows May 02, 2019
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When you do something embarrassing during a drug or alcohol fuelled runaway, all responsibility for such acts can be erased by simply saying 'allegedly' when talking about it afterwards.
Frank: "Jeez Pat, you must've been wasted last night - you pissed in Rob's suitcase!"

Pat: "Allegedly pissed in his suitcase ..."

Frank: "Ahhhhhh Pat, you crazy! We all saw you do it but, you know, allegedly ..."
by Ol Grimey December 04, 2014
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