Disreputation


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Dis`rep`u`ta´tion


n.1.Loss or want of reputation or good name; dishonor; disrepute; disesteem.
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51) It was a place for breaking glass, beating the watch and 'killing naked men for no other cause than to gain the disreputation of a desperate man.
And besides resolved to circle in his [the Spaniard's] wealth and freedome, with a joynt fore-running fleet in the South sea; to the end, that if the fortune of conquest prospered with them, yet he should infallibly pay the charge of both Navies, with infinite losses and disreputation to the Spaniard.