reputably

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv reputably in a reputable manner
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Mangos are valued for their reputation as an aphrodisiac in countries such as Guatemala and India
    • reputably In a reputable manner; without disgrace or discredit: as, to fill an office reputably.
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Quotations

  • Winston Churchill
    Winston%20Churchill
    “Too often the strong, silent man is silent only because he does not know what to say, and is reputed strong only because he has remained silent.”
  • Alexander Pope
    Alexander%20Pope
    “At every word a reputation dies.”
  • Dwight L. Moody
    Dwight%20L.%20Moody
    “If I take care of my character, my reputation will take care of me.”
  • Johann Friedrich Von Schiller
    Johann%20Friedrich%20Von%20Schiller
    “I am better than my reputation.”
  • George Bernard Shaw
    George%20Bernard%20Shaw
    “My reputation grew with every failure.”
  • Henry Wheeler Shaw
    Henry Wheeler Shaw
    “It ain't often that a man's reputation outlasts his money.”

Usage

In literature:

Hence gain of heads, and reputation to both steed and master.
"Bakemono Yashiki (The Haunted House)" by James S. De Benneville
No wonder the gentleman, who was a reputable middle-aged man, fled from the presence of this famous expounder of 'Moral Ideas.
"Hidden Treasures" by Harry A. Lewis
Still another of these Arabian Christians, who acquired a reputation as writers in medicine, was Alkindus.
"Old-Time Makers of Medicine" by James J. Walsh
Everybody knows "The Heavens are Telling," which, however, has rather more reputation than it deserves.
"A Popular History of the Art of Music" by W. S. B. Mathews
It is standing today as solid as the reputation of the old burgs it joins together.
"Watch Yourself Go By" by Al. G. Field
Few reputations have been exposed to such perils at the hands of open enemies or of imprudent friends.
"Hours in a Library, Volume I. (of III.)" by Leslie Stephen
It has a high reputation still, and every thing was excellent, and the waiting good.
"Young Americans Abroad" by Various
No reputable sportsman, he said, would wish the game brought alive to his back-yard for him to kill.
"The Bibliotaph" by Leon H. Vincent
Your reputation is at stake in everything you do, and your reputation is your capital.
"Pushing to the Front" by Orison Swett Marden
Its reputation as a turnip of very superior quality has not been sustained in this country.
"The Field and Garden Vegetables of America" by Fearing Burr
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In poetry:

The twelfth, who was reputed
The wisest of the band,
Knew what was going forward
In every foreign land.
"The Heroes Of Dovrefeld (From The Old Danish)" by George Borrow
I thought of all that worked dark pits
Of war, and died
Digging the rock where Death reputes
Peace lies indeed.
"Miners" by Wilfred Owen
But Nellie's looks are blithe and sweet,
And what is best of a'
Her reputation is complete,
And fair without a flaw.
"Handsome Nell" by Robert Burns
They say the Lion and the Ladies keep
The Court where Johnson jested and drank deep;
Now Minor Poets label new Cigars
And sell their Reputations passing cheap.
"The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám Jr." by Wallace Irwin
"Good fellow, you behold in me
An insect of repute," said he.
"I'm that State Insect, so much talked about.
I've frequently been mentioned in
Such papers as THE BULLETIN;
So you have beard of me before, no doubt.
"The Insect" by C J Dennis
Aw, it wuz crook! I swear I never seen
So mean a coot. An' 'e could play a treat -
Play like a blinded angel, for 'e'd been
A star pufformer - played afore the Queen!
An', though 'e knoo we knoo of 'is repute,
'E wouldn't play the flute.
"The Disagreeable Musician" by C J Dennis

In news:

In a fourteen-year haul at Salon.com, Kaufman earned a reputation as one of the best and most cerebral sports journalists on the Internet.
To an unseen stranger in cyberspace, computer chat has had a somewhat shady reputation.
Bolstering Faltering CEO Reputation.
Waters had a reputation as one of football's hardest-hitting defensive players.
The Jungmeister, first introduced in 1935, quickly developed an international reputation for its outstanding aerobatic capabilities.
Carbondale establishes its reputation nationally.
In a world where straight men are rarer than cellulite, Israeli hottie Yigal Azrouël has earned himself a reputation as a Ladies' Man.
What do you know about Tony Moran, reputed kingpin of Reading's rackets.
(AP) — If he had lived up to his reputation, cat burglar Blane Nordahl would have simply slipped away at his sentencing, shimmied through a courthouse window and disappeared.
"Let's face it," he says with his customary bluntness, "kosher food doesn't have the greatest reputation.
Let's hear it for Celeryville, Ohio, a hard-working community reputed for its robust, annual celery harvest.
David Hatter , President and Founder of Libertas Technologies talks to Crystal Faulkner about Reputation Management.
No more general complaints based on reputation.
And let's stop with the complaints about reputation.
Forward Mele has a reputation for being fast.
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In science:

Most practitioners have no problems founding their scientific reputation on something pseudo, they simply trust some well-established PRNG like everybody else trusts the subroutine to calculate sin(x).
Entropy of Pseudo Random Number Generators
They model aggregation by averaging with powers of reputation matrices.
Fostering Consensus in Multidimensional Continuous Opinion Dynamics under Bounded Confidence
This reputation value must be assigned to the identity of the caller and can be used for future session establishment requests.
SPAM over Internet Telephony and how to deal with it
The way the reputation value is generated can differ.
SPAM over Internet Telephony and how to deal with it
Reputation systems can be either based on negative or positive reputation values.
SPAM over Internet Telephony and how to deal with it
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