disreputable

[ dis-rep-yuh-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF disreputable
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I mean the mounted and disreputable portion, not the decent infantry.

They spoke of him as "he," and as leading a painfully worthless and disreputable life.

I hope you don't think it is disreputable to belong to a good newspaper?'

You have to visit your disreputable cousin on the sly, have you?

Its voice was not the trumpeting of the disreputable goddess we all know—not blatant—not brazen.

Kornerstrasse was not disreputable, but it certainly was not elegant.

I have never heard of his doing anything wild or disreputable.

Now, though, in tilting her hat, the disreputable beauty of the land was forgotten.

He would get to be as shabby and disreputable as a stray cat.

She looked just as disreputable in every way as the Gypsy children themselves!

WORD ORIGIN

1710 (implied in disreputableness); see dis- + reputable. Related: Disreputably.

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