In other words, this is a novel and does not purport to solve any of the myriad mysteries surrounding the killing of JFK.
Zeitgeist's second-third rehashes classic 9/11 Truth theories that purport to show that the attacks were actually an inside job.
There are photos on the Internet that purport to show you as a teenager, and you look a lot different from the way you do today.
Ukrainian government intercepts also purport to reveal Ukrainian separatists acknowledging they controlled SA-11 systems.
For a bunch of people who purport to be advancing allegedly “moral” positions, they are in fact the amoralists of our democracy.
It was a most curious experience for me, and one of which, I did not until later years, fully appreciate the purport.
The purport of such works is the conversion of pig-lead into white-lead.
Read a passage from the author of your choice; grasp thoroughly its purport, but do not learn it by heart.
I wish you would consent to give me their purport by word of mouth.'
Our words on both sides were to the purport, but of the shortest.
early 15c., "indicate, express, set forth," from the noun in English and from Anglo-French purporter (c.1300), from Old French purporter (see purport (n.)). Related: Purported; purporting.