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  1. The state or quality of being disreputable or disgraceful; disreputability.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Never say or do anything to bring the rulings and decisions of the Court into disreputableness.”
      “Now, if the theatre had produced this indecency, vice, or disreputableness, or encouraged it, we should condemn it.”
      “To be attached to our Administration is almost a stigma of disreputableness.”
  1. (archaic) Loss or lack of reputation or good name; dishonour; disrepute.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Does it not seem to you a plot well woven as well in Holland as at this court to remove me from my post with disreputation?”
      “Or rather, what disreputation is it to Horace that Juvenal excels in the tragical satire, as Horace does in the comical?”
      “With them there had been no period of Newmarket, Davis, and disreputation.”
  1. (rare) One whose reputation is being assessed or evaluated.
  1. The property of being reputable, a person's reputation.
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    1. “It would be difficult to find a respected scientific society or scientist of any reputability to support the cause.”
      “Several resources are listed below that allow you to check for consumer complaints, potential fraud and overall reputability.”
      “That the seller of your recent disc checked the condition without prompting speaks well toward their reputability.”
  1. The state of being disreputable.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Robert Machray and Jacque Lynn Colton are disreputability incarnate as the vindictive Peachum parents.”
      “And another element to him which perhaps should not go unmentioned is his raffishness, if you like, his air of disreputability.”
  1. The quality of being reputable.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Less attentive listeners may have made the easy mistake that he was impugning Dr Luke's reputableness or his seniority.”
  1. A person who is not reputable.
  1. What somebody is known for.
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    1. “His reputation has been damaged by persistent rumors about his numerous vices.”
      “Tommy, who has the reputation as a fibber, can't get his parents or the police to believe him.”
      “It was only a matter of time before Millan's reputation as a dog whisperer began to grow.”
  1. plural of disreputation
  1. plural of disreputable
  1. plural of reputation
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    1. “They are architects who all now have international reputations, but whose work is very different.”
      “His father and grandfather, investment bankers at old white-shoe firms, both had high reputations, but erosion soon set in.”
      “Revamped marketing programs, new products and enhanced reputations have fueled, to differing degrees, the rebirths of carmakers.”
  1. plural of reputee
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