Antonyms for reputable

Grammar : Adj
Spell : rep-yuh-tuh-buh l
Phonetic Transcription : ˈrɛp yə tə bəl

Definition of reputable

Origin :
  • 1610s, from repute + -able. Meaning "having a good reputation" is from 1670s. Related: Reputably.
  • adj worthy of respect
Example sentences :
  • It stood at the corner of a reputable square, and was like any ordinary house on the outside.
  • Extract from : « The Christian » by Hall Caine
  • I was indeed long since qualified as a Rabbi, and only waited for some reputable post.
  • Extract from : « Dreamers of the Ghetto » by I. Zangwill
  • He had failed as a reputable privateer, and his first attempt at piracy had failed.
  • Extract from : « The Naval History of the United States » by Willis J. Abbot.
  • But, Alfred, there are no reputable men in the whisky business.
  • Extract from : « Watch Yourself Go By » by Al. G. Field
  • Any reputable physician or any intellectual minister will advise that.
  • Extract from : « The Mother and Her Child » by William S. Sadler
  • Perhaps some reputable vender is offended at the freedom of these remarks.
  • Extract from : « Select Temperance Tracts » by American Tract Society
  • The time has been, when it was thought to be as reputable as any other employment.
  • Extract from : « Select Temperance Tracts » by American Tract Society
  • It was a reputable sort of a book this, and fathered by a respected Oxford cleric.
  • Extract from : « The Message » by Alec John Dawson
  • She has been respectable; was well married to a reputable man.
  • Extract from : « Jessie Carlton » by Francis Forrester
  • What is his Hell, after all these reputable, oft-repeated Hearsays, what is it?
  • Extract from : « Past and Present » by Thomas Carlyle

Synonyms for reputable

Based on : - - - Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019