“His behaviour as a parliamentary candidate has brought the party into disrepute,” he said.
Men felt instinctively that no government over which he presided could ever fall into feebleness or disrepute.
The Lane fell into disrepute early in the eighteenth century.
The idea always fell into disrepute in so far as it differed from the interest.
He had bought them out, and for a time the party fell into disrepute.
It was this absence of conscientious motive that brought Melons into disrepute with his aristocratic neighbors.
These libels are not like common libels, which tend to bring individuals into discredit and disrepute.
Seawant falls into disrepute; duties to be paid in silver coin.
Its no wonder were sick of them, and that poetry has fallen into disrepute.
He redeemed its character from the disrepute into which it had fallen.