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We are aware that Dustin is not considered reputable by most.

You can’t find one created by a reputable brand and most only last a short while.

While that's not a huge price drop, it matches the biggest discount we've tracked from a reputable retailer, and we consider the Air itself to be the best iPad for those who can afford it.

A number of reputable speaker makers offer high-quality items at low prices.

Over the past four years, she has made it her mission to flood her Facebook feed with reputable, accurate information and confront those she knows who post inaccurate information.

Like any service for hire, it is extremely important for the traffickers to provide a reputable service, criminal as it is.

Many of their stories, along with their names, were published in reputable news sources like People and Philadelphia Magazine.

However, even reputable news sources and well meaning celebrities are guilty of implying that she should have known better.

Finally, all reputable journals undergo peer-review of all submitted papers before final publication.

Luskin then quotes medical journals that, although certainly reputable, are not the typical sources for discussions of evolution.

Mr. Mayne thought they should rouse the household at the first reputable looking dwelling they found.

The bail, a reputable tradesman, with astonishment declared that he never was in a gaol in his life.

And secondly, if he should buy it, I hope I can persuade him to sell it to some first class, reputable rancher.

The words which a person may use are generally described as reputable, national, and present.

Words must be reputable; that is, sanctioned by the authority of the creators of English literature.


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On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reputable, such as: distinguished, eminent, esteemed, illustrious, prominent, and renowned.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.