- repurchase agreement,
- request stop,
Origin of reputed
verb (used with object), re·put·ed, re·put·ing.
Origin of repute
Examples from the Web for reputed
As for the notion of a vast right-wing conspiracy, Farah and other reputed members say that it never existed.
This time its “big short” was against the American taxpayer, and the gain was a reputed $2.6 billion.
Before his marriage, he was reputed to have fathered a child by a Filipino woman during his service in that country.
It is reputed to be haunted, and many Collinsport locals look upon the house and its denizens with a mix of suspicion and fear.‘Dark Shadows’ for Dummies or a Glossary of Key Names and Places|Jace Lacob|May 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Harrenhal: An enormous black-stoned castle that is reputed to be haunted and its owners cursed.
As Miss Porter was reputed to be well off, if the unknown were poor, that might be another drawback.Found At Blazing Star|Bret Harte
This hotel is about the worst in the world, I should say, though there are two in Naini reputed to be worse still.Letters from Mesopotamia|Robert Palmer
"And well he may be," put in Messer Doria, who was reputed a wag.The Well of Saint Clare|Anatole France
“Reputed” laminated steel barrels have been burst, but no real one ever.Gunnery in 1858|William Greener
Indeed, Childerbridge Manor is reputed to possess a small army of them.The Childerbridge Mystery|Guy Boothby
Word Origin for repute
1540s, "held in repute," past participle adjective from repute (v.). Meaning "supposed to be" is from 1570s. Related: Reputedly.
1550s, from repute (v.).