Antonyms for reputed

Grammar : Adj
Spell : ri-pyoo-tid
Phonetic Transcription : rɪˈpyu tɪd

Definition of reputed

Origin :
  • 1540s, "held in repute," past participle adjective from repute (v.). Meaning "supposed to be" is from 1570s. Related: Reputedly.
  • adj believed
Example sentences :
  • These trees are reputed to have flourished for much more than a thousand years.
  • Extract from : « The Grand Old Man » by Richard B. Cook
  • The position of the reputed slave in England was undefined and doubtful.
  • Extract from : « Self-Help » by Samuel Smiles
  • Our Yankee trade is reputed to be very much on the extreme of this prudence.
  • Extract from : « Essays, First Series » by Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The woman, however, was not implicated, and her reputed lover escaped.
  • Extract from : « One Of Them » by Charles James Lever
  • This gentleman was, as she told me, the nephew of Mr. Curtis, and his reputed heir.
  • Extract from : « Sir Jasper Carew » by Charles James Lever
  • He was a London banker, whose wealth was reputed to be enormous.
  • Extract from : « The O'Donoghue » by Charles James Lever
  • Twenty years later, a Dutchman was burnt for reputed heresy.
  • Extract from : « Bygone Punishments » by William Andrews
  • She was reputed to be dumb, but none could speak with certainty of the fact.
  • Extract from : « Hidden Hand » by Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth
  • His Cupid could not be reputed blind, he never shot for him, but he was sure to wound.
  • Extract from : « The Works of Aphra Behn » by Aphra Behn
  • This rich American has none of that reputed affectation of some western aristocrats.
  • Extract from : « Oswald Langdon » by Carson Jay Lee

Synonyms for reputed

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