1. the state of being held in high esteem and honor
1. look on as or consider;
" Of course. Every hotel depends upon the repute of its patrons.
This hotel has been in good repute.
He has little repute as an academic.
He has gaind considerable repute.
A lpha Beta Colleges, established in 1972, is a modern, comprehensive international college of high repute.
Liao has won several native and international awards and repute with his works.
This short story was published by two journals of repute.
Alpha Beta Colleges, established in 1972, is a modern, comprehensive international college of high repute.
She was not in such repute for her practice as before.
Her house meanly furnished, and she was not in such repute for her practice as before.
Delia was studying under Rosenstock ? you know his repute as a disturber of the piano keys.
Vernon spoke more of her father, a scholar of high repute.
There was hardly a novel by an author of any repute.
There was at the time a singer of some repute retained in our establishment.
Like Monsieur Manette, your father, the gentleman was of repute in Paris.
Most furniture products are sent to all over the word from the town of repute.
The wine is in high repute worldwide.
He is held in high repute.
Round 1900 his repute was still untarnished.
In china the constitution of the responsibility repute right infringement contains four.
Many specialized institutions now equal the university in repute.
Some of the theatres are in bad repute.
Under his stewardship, the UN's repute has risen immeasurably.
She is a writer of international repute.
I only knew him by repute.
Chicago has 6 graduate and professional schools of high repute.
My father was a historian of repute. His speciality was the history of Germany.
He was a writer of repute.
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