Is it asking too much for a reputed American political leader to communicate in complete sentences?
Harrenhal: An enormous black-stoned castle that is reputed to be haunted and its owners cursed.
Since his advance alone is reputed to be more than $7 million, this represents, as the Americans say, a whole chunk of change.
At any of the participating universities, the ERASMUS parties are reputed to be the most multicultural and exciting.
The grammarian Tyrannion supposedly had 30,000 of them; the physician Serenus Sammonicus is reputed to have had 60,000.
Among my notes, I find mention of a little house near this same village of N——e, which was reputed to be haunted.
The valleys, however, most suitable for its cultivation are reputed to be unhealthy.
The reputed date of 1600, which the supposititious justice of the peace had given it in the Theatrical Review, was now suppressed.
He had now the additional glamour of novelty and reputed wealth.
He was much devoted to mathematical science, which served him in his profession, and he was reputed an excellent engineer.
1540s, "held in repute," past participle adjective from repute (v.). Meaning "supposed to be" is from 1570s. Related: Reputedly.