Synonyms of 'reputable'
trustworthy or respectableBuy your car through a reputable dealer.
He came from a respectable middle-class family.
The president is a good man.
We complimented him on doing an excellent job.
She was efficient and reliable.
worthy members of the community
upright, , ,
a very upright, trustworthy man
He is a trustworthy, level-headed teacher.
The band turned out quite a creditable performance.
an estimable cricket team with two members holding world records
his desire to be well thought of by everyone
of good repute
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in the sense of creditable
deserving praise or honourThe band turned out quite a creditable performance.
in the sense of estimable
worthy of respectan estimable cricket team with two members holding world records
in the sense of excellent
exceptionally goodWe complimented him on doing an excellent job.
cracking (British, informal),
topping (British, slang),
nang (British, slang),
bodacious (slang, US),
the dog's bollocks (taboo, slang),
A1 or A-one (informal),
bitchin' (US, slang),
chillin' (US, slang),
booshit (Australian, slang),
exo (Australian, slang),
sik (Australian, slang),
schmick (Australian, informal),
barrie (Scottish, slang),
belting (British, slang),
pearler (Australian, slang),
bakgat (South Africa)
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