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How to use reputable in a sentence
Later in the day he followed up with a tweet claiming victory in specific states, including Pennsylvania, where election officials were still counting votes and no reputable news organization had called the race.Five election misinformation campaigns to avoid resharing|By Starbird, West, & DiResta/The Conversation|November 6, 2020|Popular-Science
However, Fisker has partnered with the reputable contract manufacturer Magna Steyr for the vehicle, which is projected to retail for $37,499, towards the lower end of the price range of EVs available today.Electric vehicle startup Fisker Inc. shares jump 7% on stock market debut|dzanemorris|October 30, 2020|Fortune
There has also been an uptick in the volume of state polling done by major, reputable polling organizations that use more rigorous methods.What Pollsters Have Changed Since 2016 — And What Still Worries Them About 2020|Geoffrey Skelley (firstname.lastname@example.org)|October 13, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
It has a brief in the Supreme Court with WilmerHale, which is one of the most reputable and esteemed law firms in the country, and they wouldn’t be co-counsel with ADF if it were a hate group.Why does website say Barrett worked at anti-LGBTQ firm earlier than she disclosed?|Chris Johnson|October 9, 2020|Washington Blade
The email might look like it’s from a reputable company you know or do business with.
Conspicuous consumption of valuable goods is a means of reputability to the gentleman of leisure.
The canon of reputability is at hand and seizes upon such innovations as are, according to its standard, fit to survive.
This is more particularly true as regards valuation on grounds so closely related to the aesthetic ground as that of reputability.
But the requirements of pecuniary reputability and those of beauty in the naive sense do not in any appreciable degree coincide.
The pecuniary employments have also the sanction of reputability in a much higher degree than the industrial employments.