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Gentle blood may be transmitted without goods enough to afford a reputably free consumption at one's ease.
THE THEORY OF THE LEISURE CLASSTHORSTEIN VEBLEN
Such things as could be said for him were said,—how he had taken to industrious habits, and had thriven lawfully and reputably.
GREAT EXPECTATIONSCHARLES DICKENS
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.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
She maintains herself reputably and resists many temptations until she is happily married.
CHARACTER SKETCHES OF ROMANCE, FICTION AND THE DRAMA, VOL 1THE REV. E. COBHAM BREWER, LL.D.
The marriage afterwards became publicly owned, and the lady was reputably brought to bed.
AMELIAHENRY FIELDING
Any useful business ought to be reputable, which is reputably followed.
THE YOUNG MAN'S GUIDEWILLIAM A. ALCOTT
I am obscure, I desire to be reputably known; my fortune is mediocre, I desire it to be great.
ERNEST MALTRAVERS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
His age was almost three-score-years-and-ten, and he was a reputably worthy man, then just in the early years of his dotage.
THE BAY STATE MONTHLY, VOLUME 3, NO. 4VARIOUS
If die it must, let it die fairly, peacefully, and reputably.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 63, NO. 391, MAY, 1848VARIOUS
Now, a lady of your condition should be garbed more reputably.
THE GREAT MOGULLOUIS TRACY

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