Disrepute
Disrepute Dis`re*pute", n. Loss or want of reputation; ill character; disesteem; discredit. [1913 Webster]

At the beginning of the eighteenth century astrology fell into general disrepute. --Sir W. Scott.

Syn: Disesteem; discredit; dishonor; disgrace. [1913 Webster]


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  • Disrepute — Dis re*pute , v. t. To bring into disreputation; to hold in dishonor. [R.] [1913 Webster] More inclined to love them than to disrepute them. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disrepute — I noun abasement, abjectness, abommableness, bad character, bad reputation, bad repute, baseness, beastliness, brand, contemptibility, debasement, degradation, despicability, despicableness, discreditableness, disesteem, disgracefulness, dishonor …   Law dictionary

  • disrepute — (n.) 1650s, from DIS (Cf. dis ) + REPUTE (Cf. repute) …   Etymology dictionary

  • disrepute — n *disgrace, dishonor, shame, infamy, ignominy, opprobrium, obloquy, odium Antonyms: repute Contrasted words: *fame, reputation, renown, honor, glory …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • disrepute — [n] dishonor, shame blemish, blot, brand, cloud, discredit, disesteem, disfavor, disgrace, ignominy, ill fame, ill favor, ill repute, infamy, ingloriousness, notoriety, obloquy, odium, opprobrium, reproach, scandal, scar, slur, smear, spot, stain …   New thesaurus

  • disrepute — ► NOUN ▪ the state of being held in low public esteem …   English terms dictionary

  • disrepute — [dis΄ri pyo͞ot′, dis′ri pyo͞ot΄] n. lack or loss of repute; bad reputation; disgrace; disfavor …   English World dictionary

  • Disrepute — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Disrepute >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 disrepute disrepute discredit Sgm: N 1 ill repute ill repute bad repute bad name bad odor bad favor ill name ill odor ill favor Sgm: N 1 disapprobation …   English dictionary for students

  • disrepute — noun VERB + DISREPUTE ▪ fall into ▪ The old system had fallen into disrepute. ▪ bring sth into ▪ Such wild claims bring science into disrepute. ▪ The players conduct is likely to bring the game into …   Collocations dictionary

  • disrepute — n. 1) to fall into disrepute 2) to hold smb. in disrepute * * * [ˌdɪsrɪ pjuːt] to fall into disrepute to hold smb. in disrepute …   Combinatory dictionary

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