Name Synonyms; reputation, title, appellation, denomination, repute.
Erik Rush, a semiliterate “pundit” of no repute, tweeted that Saudis should be aggressively profiled at American airports.
This friendship put the finishing touch upon the Butterfly Man's repute.
This inclusive fee varies, in schools of repute, from 75 to 100.
In spite of his many reverses, Eudes had greatly increased the power and repute of the house of Chartres.
They at once lost their repute, and ceased to be in any demand.
This was the high-born Witiza of Aquitaine, the ascetic virtuosity of whose early life had won him repute.
He was a Strasburgher, and in the city of bells had been a medical practitioner of some repute.
As Africa had been the grave of countless military reputations, so Farwell saw his own repute interred along the Coldstream.
Saunders was a bachelor of fifty and a misogynist by repute.