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reputably

[ rep-yuh-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF reputably
  • as innotably
  • as inostensively
  • as inapparently

Synonyms for reputably

  • conspicuously
  • greatly
  • markedly
  • noticeably
  • particularly
  • prominently
  • remarkably
  • strikingly
  • very
  • distinctly
  • exceedingly
  • exceptionally
  • extremely
  • highly
  • hugely
  • outstandingly
  • signally
  • uncommonly
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Antonyms for reputably

  • insignificantly
  • unnotably
  • unremarkably
MOST RELEVANT
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPUTABLY

She being now reputably impresarioed, the Sempachs have shown her some civility.

If die it must, let it die fairly, peacefully, and reputably.

Three bishops were enough for us; things went on decently and reputably.

His own father was supposed to smoke but once a week, on Sunday, and then a cigar such as even a male Bunker might reputably burn.

A little outburst of frenzy to a reputably handsome woman could be treated as the froth of a passing wave.

He could get her reputably and profitably employed, in work which a young girl might undertake.

This, sir, is the most incongruous report that has ever been received at these head-quarters, from a reputably sober officer.

Niccolo Maria Rossi was also reputably employed in the churches of Naples, and in the court itself.

Gentle blood may be transmitted without goods enough to afford a reputably free consumption at one's ease.

Such things as could be said for him were said,—how he had taken to industrious habits, and had thriven lawfully and reputably.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from repute + -able. Meaning "having a good reputation" is from 1670s. Related: Reputably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REPUTABLY

apparently

adverbseemingly
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