Examples of disreputable in a Sentence
a disreputable Internet retailer that had a record of hundreds of complaints for shoddy merchandise and slow refunds
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As Marshall notes, this is standard racist rhetoric with a deep and disreputable history.
The 1972 Super Fly, cheaply made, unapologetically disreputable and brazenly cathartic, is one big coke-snort-a-go-go; barely a scene goes by without someone taking a hit.
Each actor read a scene written specifically for the tryout—all the better to keep The Good Place’s secrets a secret—in which Janet had been reimagined as a kind of customer-service agent for a disreputable company.
Instead of wailing about the source of some funding for the conservative/libertarian scholars at George Mason University, why don’t the UnKoch people try to argue that those faculty members are teaching badly or producing disreputable research?
As such they were regarded as a somewhat disreputable phenomenon.
And next door in Alabama, Gov. Kay Ivey is making her work to protect Confederate monuments a signature–and a shout-out to an old, disreputable tradition.
To many, the impeachment power seemed tarnished and disreputable.
In fact, nine of the top 10 movies on the list are sci-fi movies—which, over the past 50 years or so, have gone from disreputable and generally unsuccessful B-movies to the only game in town (save, perhaps, the occasional live-action Disney remake).
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DISREPUTABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disreputable for English Language Learners
: not respected or trusted by most people : having a bad reputation
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