reputably


Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal.

rep·u·ta·ble

 (rĕp′yə-tə-bəl)
adj.
Having a good reputation; honorable.

rep′u·ta·bil′i·ty n.
rep′u·ta·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.reputably - in a reputable manner
disreputably - in a disreputable manner
Translations

reputably

adv (= well)ordentlich; behaveehrenhaft; dealseriös; he is reputably established in the business worlder wird in der Geschäftswelt respektiert; he is now reputably employed as a gardenerer hat jetzt eine seriöse Anstellung als Gärtner
References in classic literature ?
Micawber; and where, by throwing out a bow-window, or carrying up the roof another story, or making some little alteration of that sort, they might live, comfortably and reputably, for a few years.
Such things as could be said for him, were said - how he had taken to industrious habits, and had thriven lawfully and reputably.
Her mother, wishing to connect him reputably with the great dead, had compared him with Mr.
Where is the merit of living reputably, when your life is one course of prosperity and enjoyment?
Reputably known for its high levels of transparency in terms of prices and information, Murray Chevrolet provides full details on both vehicle pricing and leasing options for the vehicles it currently has in stock.
gigas, myosinase I messenger RNA was reputably upregulated after exposure to hydrocarbons.
The DRC's Kamoa and Tenke Fungurume projects alone are reputably the second and third biggest copper reserves in the world.
A tree in Sered, Slovakia claims a world record for its black walnut tree, reputably 25 meters (82 feet) tall and over 300 years old.
Established in 1945, Wema Bank is reputably Nigeria's most resilient bank and longest surviving indigenous financial institution.
The final Stage 2 rule represents a significant achievement for RMAs and other reputably credentialed MAs.
Pirate relics: The 18th Century carved oak bible box', a leather bound King James II bible and a small oak framed mirror each with the initials 'WK' next to skull and crossbones, reputably to be the property of the pirate captain Kidd, below.