simple past tense and past participle of allege
Apparent, evident; meant for open display.
Asserted but not proved.
Appearing as such; being such in appearance; professed, supposed (rather than demonstrably true or real).
‘The ostensible reason for his visit to New York was to see his mother, but the real reason was to get to the Yankees game the next day.’;
Supposed but doubtful.
Capable of being shown; proper or intended to be shown.
declared but not proved;
‘alleged abuses of housing benefits’;
Outwardly appearing to be; shown to be; exhibited; apparent; evident.
doubtful or suspect;
‘these so-called experts are no help’;
Declared; avowed; professed; pretended; - often used as opposed to real or actual; as, an ostensible reason, motive, or aim.
said, without proof, to have taken place or to have a specified illegal or undesirable quality
‘the alleged conspirators’;
appearing as such but not necessarily so;
‘for all his apparent wealth he had no money to pay the rent’; ‘the committee investigated some apparent discrepancies’; ‘the ostensible truth of their theories’; ‘his seeming honesty’;
Alleged is a band from Perth, Western Australia
represented or appearing as such; pretended;
‘His ostensible purpose was charity, his real goal popularity’;