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Having a good reputation; honorable.

rep′u·ta·bil′i·ty n.
rep′u·ta·bly adv.
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Noun1.reputability - honorableness by virtue of being respectable and having a good reputation
honorableness, honourableness - the quality of deserving honor or respect; characterized by honor
decency - the quality of being polite and respectable
disreputability, disreputableness, unrespectability - dishonorableness by virtue of lacking respectability or a good reputation
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nAnsehen nt; (of person also)Ehrbarkeit f (geh); (of firm)Seriosität f
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This implies the highly dependency of people on social networking for health education, which affects the credibility and reputability of these sites and sources.
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"The exhibition will contribute to enhancing communication among businessmen, investors and owners of specialised companies to establish successful projects that will strengthen Qatar's reputability as a leading tourist destination in the region and the world," he added.
These alternative lending practices have various degrees of reputability; a wide spectrum exists between the purely predatory lending shop, on the one hand, and the creative value-adding venture, on the other.
Professor Pula's method of review seems to be based on making mocking innuendos, to the extent that I am surprised that the book review editor did not intervene in the interests of this journal's reputability. One such professionally irresponsible innuendo is the sneering contention that I limit discussion of World War II to 150 words.
generally judgments of worthiness, momentousness and reputability that individual creates as a result of evaluating him/herself are described as "self-esteem" (Aricak, 1999).
Theory of the Leisure Class relies upon--and originates--terms like "pecuniary reputability," "performance of leisure," "conspicuous consumption," and "conspicuous waste," as Veblen argues that social approval is increasingly earned in modern life through the display of wealth.
The publication of hundreds of thousands of documents that show that many of the world's great and good - including many heads of state of varying degrees of reputability - are squirrelling their money away in offshore hideaways in places like Panama and the British Virgin Islands has reignited the ire of the man in the street.