I adjective abominable, arrant, bad, base, beastly, being in ill repute, characterless, cheap, coarse, conscienceless, contemptible, corrupt, crass, degraded, demoralizing, deplorable, despicable, despised, detestable, devious, discreditable, discredited, disgraced, disgraceful, dishonest, dishonorable, disliked, disrespectable, dissolute, dreadful, foul, hateful, having a bad reputation, heinous, held in contempt, horrendous, horrid, ignoble, ignominious, immoral, improper, impure, in disgrace, indecent, indecorous, indelicate, inelegant, infamis, infamous, inglorious, iniquitous, insincere, knavish, licentious, loathsome, meretricious, misdealing, nefarious, not reputable, not respectable, not thought much of, notorious, objectionable, obnoxious, odious, of bad character, of ill fame, opprobrious, prevaricating, profligate, recreant, rejected, reprehensible, reproached, ribald, shameful, shameless, spurious, suspicious, tasteless, undignified, unethical, unprincipled, unrefined, unrespectable, unsavory, unscrupulous, untrustworthy, untruthful, unworthy II index arrant (onerous), bad (offensive), base (bad), blameful, blameworthy, contemptible, delinquent (guilty of a misdeed), depraved, disgraceful, dishonest, fraudulent, ignoble, immoral, iniquitous, lawless, notorious, profligate (corrupt), reprehensible, reprobate, scandalous, sinister, unbecoming, unethical, unseemly

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  • disreputable — 1710 (implied in disreputableness); see DIS (Cf. dis ) + REPUTABLE (Cf. reputable). Related: Disreputably …   Etymology dictionary

  • disreputable — [adj] dishonorable, lowly abject, bad, base, beggarly, cheap, contemptible, derogatory, despicable, discreditable, disgraceful, disorderly, dissolute, ignominious, in bad, infamous, inglorious, in low esteem, in the doghouse*, lewd, libidinous,… …   New thesaurus

  • disreputable — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not respectable in appearance or character …   English terms dictionary

  • disreputable — [dis rep′yo͞o tə bəl] adj. 1. not reputable; having or causing a bad reputation; discreditable 2. not fit to be seen; dirty, shabby, etc. disreputably adv …   English World dictionary

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  • disreputable — dis|rep|u|ta|ble [dısˈrepjutəbəl] adj considered to be dishonest, bad, illegal etc ≠ ↑reputable ▪ disreputable behavior ▪ a disreputable neighbourhood …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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