bad repute

bad repute

noun abasement, abjection, abjectness, abomination, allegation, amoralism, amorality, antagonism, aspersion, attaint, bad character, bad influunce, bad name, betrayal, calumniation, calumny, castigation, censoriousness, censure, charge, condemnation, confutation, contemptibility, contumely, corruption, criminality, criticism, debasement, decrial, defilement, degeneracy, degradation, delinquency, demoralization, denigration, depravity, deprecation, derision, derogation, despicableness, detraction, deviation from rectiiude, deviation from virtue, deviousness, disapprobation, discommendation, discountenance, discredit, disesteem, disgrace, disgracefulness, dishonor, dishonorableness, disparagement, displacency, disreputability, disreputableness, disrepute, disrespectability, disrespectfulness, excoriation, flagitiousness, flagrancy, fraud, fraudulence, ignobility, ignominiousness, ignominy, ill repute, immorality, improbation, improbity, impropriety, increpation, inculpation, indecorum, infamousness, infidelity, insolence, irreverence, lack of integrity, laxity, loss of honor, loss of reputation, low regard, low standard, maculation, malevolence, malignity, malversation, moral degeneracy, moral turpitude, notoriety, obliquity, obloquy, obnoxiousness, obtrectation, odium, opprobrium, peccability, peculation, perfidiousness, perfidy, perversity, prodition, profligacy, pubbic reproach, rapacity, rebuke, reflection, reprehension, reproach, reprobation, reproof, revilement, scurrility, sedition, shame, shamefulness, slight, stigma, stricture, taint, traducement, transgression, turpitude, unacceptableness, unrespectability, unscrupulousness, venality, vice, vilification, vilipendency, want of principle
Associated concepts: character evidence, credibility of wittess, moral turpitude, reputation
See also: attaint, bad character, disgrace, dishonor, disrepute, ignominy, notoriety, scandal, shame
References in classic literature ?
Some forty minutes Sir Ethelred, in a house of bad repute called Continental Hotel, closeted in a room which by-the-by I took for the night.
They left the busy scene, and went into an obscure part of the town, where Scrooge had never penetrated before, although he recognised its situation, and its bad repute.
And now tell me, doctor, am I not in very bad repute upstairs?
They said that this is exactly the sort of thing that brings science into bad repute, and you people should stop talking about it.
Speaking on this occasion, Minister Railways Khawaja Saad Rafiq lambasted PTI leadership for fielding a candidate with bad repute in the NA-122 by-election.
The professor also called for having substitutes which enable blue-collar laborers to enjoy good wages and a better conception in society, it might even resort to changing names of certain professions in addition to showing people that these jobs are not of bad repute, but of good income.
Long paralyzed by tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States, it had fallen into bad repute with Americans, perhaps resentful that it was no longer an extension of the State Department and an instrument of American foreign policy.
He wondered why Imran Khan, who was never tired of harping on on honesty and fairness, fielded a candidate with a bad repute.
Pertaining to PTI popularity in Punjab, he said more PPP members would join PTI, except those who would fail to find Imran Khan's approval due to their bad repute.
He said the officials of bad repute cannot provide good governance.
These security firms are already under fire in Afghanistan where their activities have earned them a bad repute and much hatred.
In the letter, sent to Pawar on Friday last, the PCB said the game of cricket would earn bad repute if a free-hand was given to former ICC officials to issue such derogatory remarks.