disrepute[ dis-ri-pyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF disrepute
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISREPUTE
This has since fallen into disrepute in that country, but is sometimes practiced in other lands.
The Lane fell into disrepute early in the eighteenth century.
Never had the garb of respectability been so battered into the vesture of disrepute.
He had bought them out, and for a time the party fell into disrepute.
These libels are not like common libels, which tend to bring individuals into discredit and disrepute.
They fell, however, into disrepute, and I believe have been disbanded.
Its no wonder were sick of them, and that poetry has fallen into disrepute.
These proceedings had a tendency to bring the Judge into disrepute with the Mormons.
There was danger that the prophets would be brought into disrepute and contempt.
Novelists and scribblers brought the reign of Louis XV into disrepute.
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