Reputation

Reputation,

Definition of Reputation:

  1. Overall estimation of the character or quality of a person generally held by those who know him or her.

  2. The beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone or something.

Synonyms of Reputation

Acclaim, Authority, Celebrity, Character, Credit, Dignity, Distinction, Eclat, Eminence, Esteem, Fame, Famousness, Figure, Glory, Greatness, Honor, Influence, Kudos, Memorability, Name, Notability, Noteworthiness, Notoriety, Notoriousness, Popularity, Position, Prestige, Prominence, Publicity, Reclame, Recognition, Remarkableness, Renown, Rep, Report, Repute, Salience, Standing, Stature, Status, The bubble reputation, Vogue, Weight

How to use Reputation in a sentence?

  1. His reputation was tarnished by allegations that he had taken bribes.
  2. Sometimes, walking away from a situation to avoid fighting with people who have spread lies and rumors about you can be more important than defending your reputation.
  3. The store in the city had a very good reputation , so we decided to go there this weekend to get some food.
  4. I found out the new employee has a bad reputation , because I asked his old coworkers about him, and they said he only showers once a week.

Meaning of Reputation & Reputation Definition