1 So flagrant became the political scandals that reputable men began to leave politics alone, and politics consequently became disreputable.
2 The decent and reputable citizens of the North who neglected their own civic duties grew hilarious over the exaggerated importance with which the Negro regarded the franchise.
3 In this character, it was frequently his fortune to be the last reputable acquaintance and the last good influence in the lives of down-going men.
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4 Oh, Scarlett, he has the most terrible reputation.
5 Lucky for Ashley that he had an unassailable reputation for courage, or else there'd be trouble.
6 If you didn't do these things, the other matrons talked about you and then your reputation was ruined and your family disgraced.
7 If you were too nice to young husbands, their wives said you were fast and you got a bad reputation and never caught any beaux of your own.
8 There, I'll be saying no more tonight, for I'm going to see this fine Captain Butler who makes so light of me daughter's reputation.
9 I am not a soldier and I have no desire to seek the bubble reputation even in the cannon's mouth.
10 Then, having accepted his gifts, she could not summon courage enough to tell him his reputation made it improper for him to call on three lone women who had no male protector.
11 With such a reputation, it was strange that he had never so much as kissed the hand of an unmarried girl since he first appeared in Atlanta.
12 He's got such a bad reputation.
13 He had risen to prominence in the campaigns in Tennessee and the West, and his reputation as a determined and ruthless fighter was growing.
14 Will couldn't have noticed Mammy's face when Rhett Butler's name was mentioned and, besides, Will didn't know about Rhett's money or his foul reputation.
15 All she wanted was the reputation for possessing these qualities.