- Disreputable Dis*rep"u*ta*ble, a.
Not reputable; of bad repute; not in esteem; dishonorable;
disgracing the reputation; tending to bring into disesteem;
as, it is disreputable to associate familiarly with the mean,
the lewd, and the profane.
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.
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