A photograph uploaded to social media and purporting to be of the slain teacher showed a man face down in running gear.
It is in a small, cramped hand, and you know the one purporting to be from him later was in a big, sprawly hand.
After this, writing, purporting to be from Mr. Smith, came frequently.
A sealed package is entrusted to them, purporting to be from the papal ambassador in Spain.
(Bohn's), is the following, purporting to be from Hakluyt, vol.
The first clue—the forged letter, purporting to come from Robert Redmayne to his brother.
Lopez had gone, purporting,—as he said,—to be back to dinner.
Another testimony, purporting to be by a distinguished writer of England, appeared in the American papers at the time.
Some draw maps, purporting to come from a deceased schoolmate.
There is a Jacobite tract of 1750, purporting to be written by his equerry, Henry Goring.
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.