Irreputable

Related to Irreputable: Ill Repute, Unreputable, irreparable harm

Ir`rep´u`ta`ble


a.1.Disreputable.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It slowly starts to eat into the national psyche and dents the image of the nation.If we don't act now, we may even end up being flagged just by our passports like the citizens of lawless countries who suffer irreputable indignity as a result of untamed corruption.
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The organisation says many of these products also originate from countries with low levels of control and somewhat irreputable logging practices.
of Amsterdam) explains how modern finance has acquired the reputation of economic necessity and scientific respectability when less than two centuries ago it stood condemned as irreputable gambling and fraud.
Third, Reiman seems to have fallen for pre-Roe-vs.-Wade propaganda that thousands of women would go to irreputable sources to obtain their abortions with disastrous effects.
The Hudson's Bay Company has always appreciated the value of the King's Seal, an irreputable symbol of the company's long history.