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.