of ill repute

See: notorious
References in classic literature ?
He was shut up within his Castle, and guarded by a defence of convention which she could not pass without danger of ill repute to herself.
In the short term they'd probably be just as well trying to eke a little more out of the 30s with a bawdy spin-off series called Mrs Patmore's House Of Ill Repute.
In the short term they'd probably be just as well trying to eke a little more out of the 1930s with a bawdy spin-off series called Mrs Patmore's House Of Ill Repute.
Among the more unusual pieces are a studio pottery archway with a church and trees by Trevor Warton and a model of a house of ill repute by Hilary Brock.
THE Dog Inn at the bottom end of town was a less than salubrious hostelry that was known for drunkenness and ladies of ill repute.
CNN reported that one of the gunmen scrawled the word "wanted" on the wall of the house of ill repute.
She doesn't know who her father is, and her mother is, well, a woman of ill repute who thinks nothing of stealing her daughter's hard-earned money for her own purposes.
By contrast, in the 1920s a pub called The Pineapple was open there in what is now a private house, but it was a house of ill repute.
Street Wrestler sees you stroll around various environments of ill repute, applying a range of different punches, throws and slams.
A very common one insists that the Kitty Mitchell grouper was given that name to honor a popular lady of ill repute, who so enjoyed dining upon grouper that she was prone to dispense her services in exchange for a few fillets.
If Islamic financial institutions in Oman chart their own course, stay away from products of ill repute such as Tawarruq (cash-for-cash products), they could grow to become serious contenders in the regional Islamic finance industry.
But at least volcanic Vicky has settled her differences with the other slappers in MTV's house of ill repute.