rep[ rep ]SEE DEFINITION OF rep
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REP
"I wish my Lady could only hear all this," said Rep ton, in a whisper to Martin.
We ain't the sort o' characters to presoom on our rep'tations—they're bad.
She sat down in a rep chair at his right, and they looked at each other.
The seats were covered with rep, but must have had haircloth on them at one time.
I'm going to get myself a rep bigger'n all theirs put together.
The story of how the "push" got its "rep" is best told by Peg, and in his own words.
Every Arras tapestry is a rep fabric, the number of ribs eight to twenty-four to the inch.
I do like having a rep for being one of the Bunch, but if you ever needed me I'd chuck it and come out for you every time!
Crimson rep curtains, hung on a thick, blackened brass rod, divided it into two unequal parts.
The boys know Bad News' rep too well to try asking him questions.