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Others are here to invest in artists with promising reputations, and thus the possibility of future ROI.

He also promised not to raise taxes and to give a three-year tax holiday to small businesses with good reputations.

Instead, Clohessy accuses Cardinal George and dozens of his clerical colleagues of opting to put their own reputations first.

It will likely be harmful to the reputations of both the president and vice president.

Reputations are constantly being disinterred, re-examined, re-purposed for use in the troublesome present.

In the mysterious upper chamber where the reputations of the future are in the making he passed as the strongest.

In fact it was by the aid of such simple nest-eggs as these that the men managed to establish reputations.

Reputations for courage and audacity have thus been hourly established by the careful insinuation of hideous expletives.

They present a saddening spectacle, these faded reputations, these dethroned monarchs!

We have come to a time when men think much of their individual reputations.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reputations, such as: standing, prominence, name, character, influence, and opinion.

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