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[dis-rep-yuh-tey-shuh n]
noun Archaic.
  1. disrepute.
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Origin of disreputation

First recorded in 1595–1605; dis-1 + reputation
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Examples from the Web for disreputation

Historical Examples

  • With them there had been no period of Newmarket, Davis, and disreputation.

    John Caldigate

    Anthony Trollope

  • Does it not seem to you a plot well woven as well in Holland as at this court to remove me from my post with disreputation?

  • Or rather, what disreputation is it to Horace that Juvenal excels in the tragical satire, as Horace does in the comical?