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reputed
used in The Great Gatsby

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commonly put forth or accepted as true on inconclusive grounds
  • In addition to all these I can remember that Faustina O'brien came there at least once and the Baedeker girls and young Brewer, who had his nose shot off in the war, and Mr. Albrucksburger and Miss Haag, his fiancee, and Ardita Fitz-Peters and Mr. P. Jewett, once head of the American Legion, and Miss Claudia Hip, with a man reputed to be her chauffeur, and a prince of something, whom we called Duke, and whose name, if I ever knew it, I have forgotten.
    p. 63.8

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