Definition of 'disrepute'
Example sentences containing 'disrepute'
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This older view is now in serious disrepute.Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies (1995) The Sun (2012) The Sun (2010) The Sun (2012) The Sun (2012) The Sun (2011) The Sun (2014)
We need reform so that a suspended sentence can be converted by the original judge if the convicted criminals bring it into disrepute by their behaviour.The Sun (2015)
That brings football into disrepute.The Sun (2014)
The enterprise has served only to bring Qatar into disrepute when it was a chance for it to engage with the modern world.Times, Sunday Times (2014) Times, Sunday Times (2013)
This risks bringing the house into further disrepute, especially if the member concerned is then able to claim further attendance allowances from the public purse.Times, Sunday Times (2011) The Sun (2009)
The three-time world champion only resumed playing last month after a six-month ban on disrepute charges.The Sun (2010)
To have ignored that would, in its bureaucratic way, have brought the system into further disrepute.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
But the FA has decided not to hit him with a disrepute charge, although he has been warned about making such comments.The Sun (2014)
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