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Reputation (IPA: /ˌɹɛpjəˈteɪʃən/)


Reputation (v. t.)

The estimation in which one is held; character in public opinion; the character attributed to a person, thing, or action; repute.

Reputation (v. t.)

The character imputed to a person in the community in which he lives. It is admissible in evidence when he puts his character in issue, or when such reputation is otherwise part of the issue of a case.

Reputation (v. t.)

Specifically: Good reputation; favorable regard; public esteem; general credit; good name.

Reputation (v. t.)

Account; value.

Reputation

Social opinion about entity

Reputation

Album by Dusty Springfield

Reputation

1917 film by John B. O'Brien

Reputation

1921 film by Stuart Paton

Reputation

Episode of Lewis

Reputation Synonyms

Report

Reputation Synonyms

Repute

Reputation Rhymes


Haitian, Haitien, Mation, Nation, Ration, Station

Alsatian, Carnation, Castration, Causation, Cessation, Cetacean, Citation, Creation, Cremation, Croatian, Crustacean, Dalmatian, Damnation, Deflation, Dictation, Dilation, Donation, Duration, Elation, Filtration, Fixation, Flirtation, Flotation, Formation, Foundation, Frustration, Gestation, Gradation, Gyration, Horatian, Hydration, Inflation, Lactation, Libration, Ligation, Location, Migration, Mutation, Narration, Negation, Nitration, Notation, Optation, Oration, Ovation, Plantation, Privation, Probation, Proration, Prostration, Quotation, Reflation, Relation, Rotation, Salvation, Sarmatian, Sedation, Sensation, Stagflation, Stagnation, Starvation, Summation, Taxation, Temptation, Translation, Vacation, Vaxstation, Vibration, Vocation

Abdication, Aberration, Abrogation, Acclimation, Accusation, Activation, Adaptation, Admiration, Adoration, Adulation, Advocation, Affectation, Affirmation, Affrication, Aggravation, Agitation, Allegation, Allocation, Alteration, Altercation, Amputation, Animation, Annexation, Annotation, Appalachian, Appellation, Application, Approbation, Arbitration, Aspiration, Assocation, Augmentation, Automation, Aviacion, Aviation, Avocation, Backwardation, Bifurcation, Calculation, Calibration, Cancellation, Celebration, Cogitation, Coloration, Combination, Commendation, Compensation, Compilation, Complication, Computation, Concentration, Condemnation, Condensation, Confirmation, Confiscation, Conflagration, Confrontation, Congregation, Conjugation, Connotation, Consecration, Conservation, Consolation, Constellation, Consternation, Constipation, Consultation, Consummation, Contemplation, Conversation, Convocation, Coronation, Corp, Corp., Corporation, Correlation, Culmination, Cultivation, D'aviation, Declaration, Decoration, Dedication, Defamation, Deformation, Degradation, Dehydration, Delegation, Demarcation, Demonstration, Deportation, Depravation, Depredation, Deprivation, Derivation, Desecration, Desiccation, Designation, Desolation, Desperation, Destination, Detonation, Devastation, Deviation, Dilatation, Disinflation, Dislocation, Dispensation, Disputation, Dissertation, Dissipation, Distillation, Divination, Domination, Duplication, Education, Elevation, Elongation, Emanation, Embarkation, Emigration, Emulation, Equitation, Escalation, Estimation, Evocation, Excavation, Excitation, Exclamation, Exhalation, Exhortation, Exhumation, Expectation, Expiration, Explanation, Explication, Exploitation, Exploration, Fabrication, Fascination, Federation, Fermentation, Fibrillation, Figuration, Fluctuation, Fluoridation, Foliation, Formulation, Fragmentation, Fumigation, Gastrulation, Generation, Germination, Glaciation, Graduation, Granulation, Gravitation, Habitation, Hesitation, Hibernation, Illustration, Imitation, Immigration, Implantation, Implication, Importation, Impregnation, Imputation, Incantation, Incarnation, Inclination, Incrustation, Incubation, Indentation, Indexation, Indication, Indignation, Infestation, Infiltration, Inflammation, Information, Inhalation, Innovation, Inspiration, Installation, Instigation, Insulation, Integration, Intimation, Intonation, Inundation, Invitation, Invocation, Irrigation, Irritation, Isolation, Jubilation, Laceration, Legislation, Levitation, Liberation, Limitation, Liquidation, Litigation, Lubrication, Machination, Malformation, Masturbation, Maturation, Mediation, Medication, Meditation, Menstruation, Ministration, Miscreation, Miseration, Mitigation, Moderation, Modulation, Molestation, Motivation, Mutilation, Navigation, Nomination, Nucleation, Obfuscation, Obligation, Observation, Occupation, Operation, Orchestration, Ordination, Oscillation, Ostentation, Ovulation, Oxidation, Pagination, Palpitation, Penetration, Perforation, Permutation, Perspiration, Perturbation, Pigmentation, Pollination, Population, Preparation, Presentation, Preservation, Proclamation, Procreation, Profanation, Propagation, Protestation, Provocation, Publication, Punctuation, Radiation, Realization, Recantation, Recitation, Reclamation, Recreation, Reformation, Refutation, Registration, Regulation, Rehydration, Relaxation, Relocation, Renovation, Reparation, Replication, Reputation, Reservation, Resignation, Respiration, Restoration, Retardation, Revelation, Revocation, Rumination, Sanitation, Saturation, Segmentation, Segregation, Separation, Sequestration, Simulation, Situation, Speculation, Stimulation, Stipulation, Strangulation, Subluxation, Suffocation, Superstation, Syndication, Tabulation, Termination, Titillation, Toleration, Transformation, Transplantation, Transportation, Trepidation, Tribulation, Unimation, Univation, Usurpation, Vaccination, Vacillation, Validation, Valuation, Variation, Vegetation, Ventilation, Vindication, Violation, Visitation
Abbreviation, Abomination, Acceleration, Accommodation, Accreditation, Accumulation, Adjudication, Administration, Affiliation, Agglomeration, Alienation, Alleviation, Amalgamation, Amelioration, Amortization, Amplification, Annihilation, Anticipation, Appreciation, Appropriation, Approximation, Argumentation, Articulation, Assassination, Assimilation, Association, Authentication, Authorization, Balkanization, Capitulation, Centralization, Certification, Christianization, Civilization, Clarification, Classification, Coagulation, Codification, Cogeneration, Cohabitation, Collaboration, Colonization, Colorization, Commemoration, Communication, Communization, Concatenation, Conciliation, Confabulation, Confederation, Configuration, Conglomeration, Congratulation, Consideration, Consolidation, Contamination, Continuation, Cooperation, Coordination, Corroboration, Decaffeination, Decapitation, Deceleration, Deforestation, Degeneration, Deification, Deliberation, Delineation, Demodulation, Demonization, Denomination, Denunciation, Depopulation, Depreciation, Deregulation, Desalination, Desegregation, Determination, Detoxication, Devaluation, Discoloration, Discrimination, Disembarkation, Disinclination, Disinformation, Disintegration, Dissemination, Dissociation, Documentation, Domestication, Dramatization, Echolocation, Edification, Ejaculation, Elaboration, Elimination, Emancipation, Enumeration, Equalization, Equivocation, Eradication, Evacuation, Evaluation, Evaporation, Exacerbation, Exaggeration, Examination, Exasperation, Exfoliation, Exhilaration, Exoneration, Expatriation, Expropriation, Extermination, Extrapolation, Facilitation, Falsification, Fertilization, Finlandization, Fortification, Gasification, Genetization, Gentrification, Globalization, Glorification, Gratification, Hallucination, Harmonization, Humiliation, Hybridization, Hydrogenation, Hyperinflation, Illumination, Imagination, Immunization, Impersonation, Implementation, Improvisation, Inactivation, Inauguration, Incarceration, Incorporation, Incrimination, Indoctrination, Infatuation, Inhabitation, Initiation, Inoculation, Insemination, Insinuation, Instrumentation, Interpretation, Interrogation, Intimidation, Intoxication, Invalidation, Investigation, Ionization, Irradiation, Islamization, Justification, Legalization, Liberalization, Localization, Magnetization, Magnification, Manifestation, Manipulation, Maximization, Mechanization, Misallocation, Misapplication, Miscalculation, Misinformation, Mobilization, Modernization, Modification, Multiplication, Mummification, Negotiation, Neutralization, Normalization, Notification, Nullification, Optimization, Organisation, Organization, Orientation, Origination, Ornamentation, Ossification, Pacification, Panelization, Participation, Pasteurization, Perpetuation, Polarization, Pontification, Precipitation, Predestination, Prefabrication, Premeditation, Preoccupation, Pressurization, Privatisation, Privatization, Procrastination, Prognostication, Proliferation, Pronunciation, Purification, Qualification, Quantification, Ramification, Ratification, Reaffirmation, Reallocation, Recalculation, Recommendation, Reconfirmation, Recrimination, Rectification, Recuperation, Redecoration, Rededication, Reforestation, Refrigeration, Regeneration, Regimentation, Reincarnation, Reiteration, Rejuvenation, Remediation, Remuneration, Renomination, Renunciation, Repatriation, Representation, Repudiation, Reregulation, Resuscitation, Retaliation, Revaluation, Reverberation, Russification, Sanctification, Sedimentation, Simplification, Socialization, Solicitation, Sophistication, Specialization, Specification, Stabilization, Stalinization, Standardization, Sterilization, Subordination, Subsidization, Substantiation, Tabloidization, Triangulation, Unification, Unionization, Urbanization, Utilization, Vaporization, Verification, Victimization, Vilification, Visualization, Vulgarization, Westernization

Spanish Translation

Reputation in Spanish is Reputación

Tagalog Translation

Reputation in Tagalog is Dangal

Example Sentence (Quote)

" After last night's debate, the reputation of Messieurs Lincoln and Douglas is secure." - Edward R. Murrow

Example Sentence (Quote)

"At every word a reputation dies." - Alexander Pope

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Don't let the enemies slip past through the Hu Lao gate! I have a reputation to uphold, you know." - Dynasty Warriors

Example Sentence (Quote)

"He was a man who looked at what ought to be done, not to the reputation which is got by a man's acts." - Marcus Aurelius

Example Sentence (Quote)

" How many people live on the reputation of the reputation they might have made!" - Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.


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