In 1972, as a young director, he saw his first film released to a handful of disreputable theaters.
Or must they have been pushed, perhaps by her disreputable boyfriend or even a deranged stranger?
This is a statute viewed by legal historians as perhaps the most disreputable on the books, a relic of Jim Crow racism.
Acting was still a disreputable profession, but respectable Nelly is reluctant to become his kept woman.
So far, so disreputable, especially if you bought into Assange's rock-star status.
The billet was disreputable enough, written in pencil, and without any date.
He was hoping, I am sure, that I might decide that he was too disreputable to appear.
This, however, did not prevent their tormenting her about her father and her disreputable guardian.
Who was he to be dealing with such a character as this dubious and disreputable woman?
With horror she had heard her brother addressed by a disreputable costermonger in a mangy fur cap, as "Old pal."