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Pronunciation:

[ɹ_ˌɛ_p_j_uː_t_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n_z], [ɹˌɛpjuːtˈe͡ɪʃənz], [ɹˌɛpjuːtˈe‍ɪʃənz]
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Synonyms for Reputations:

characters (noun) reputations (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Reputations:

  1. stations, nations;
  2. sensations, frustrations, mutations, relations, ovations, rotations, gyrations, citations, donations, durations, notations, vocations, privations, quotations, temptations, dalmatians, locations, vibrations, creations, translations, formations;
  3. destinations, compensations, condemnations, alterations, proclamations, restorations, complications, computations, celebrations, allegations, exclamations, explorations, incarnations, populations, emanations, preparations, duplications, observations, applications, degradations, machinations, resignations, generations, consecrations, affirmations, invitations, declarations, terminations, inspirations, congregations, deprivations, connotations, expectations, variations, explanations, correlations, desecrations, violations, combinations, cancellations, adaptations, calculations, obligations, corporations, publications, confirmations, medications, appalachians, fabrications, recitations, decorations, illustrations, transformations, revelations, meditations, circulations, speculations, appellations, inclinations, federations, stipulations, allocations, imitations, designations, presentations, conjugations, irritations, formulations, concentrations, expirations, valuations, conversations, implications, accusations, confrontations, demonstrations, occupations, limitations, separations, graduations, situations, aspirations, simulations, reservations, fluctuations, deviations, delegations, amputations, consultations, altercations, aberrations, indications, elevations, ministrations, motivations, operations, estimations, litigations, oscillations;
  4. discolorations, magnifications, representations, manifestations, insinuations, exaggerations, incorporations, examinations, anticipations, denunciations, communications, miscalculations, consolidations, interpretations, organizations, modifications, appropriations, accreditations, mobilizations, expropriations, evaluations, evacuations, associations, negotiations, improvisations, commemorations, determinations, preoccupations, considerations, inaugurations, deliberations, humiliations, interrogations, qualifications, denominations, classifications, congratulations, solicitations, imaginations, accumulations, approximations, justifications, certifications, affiliations, reverberations, configurations, originations, recommendations, pronunciations, investigations, authorizations, accommodations;
  5. misrepresentations, identifications, characterizations;

Quotes for Reputations:

  1. It is disappointing and embarrassing to the science profession that some Nobel Laureates would deliberately use their well deserved scientific reputations and hold themselves out as experts in other fields. David Douglass.
  2. In America, they are paranoid about ruining the reputations of people once they are dead and cannot answer back. They have this fascination which to me seems cruel and morbid. I do not want any part of it. Isabella Rossellini.
  3. Material possessions, winning scores, and great reputations are meaningless in the eyes of the Lord, because He knows what we really are and that is all that matters. John Wooden.

Adjectives for Reputations:

  • perennially poor,
  • fairly lurid,
  • serious, hard-core,
  • increasingly fearsome,
  • malevolent, ravenous,
  • tiresomely consistent,
  • tiresomely consistent,
  • entirely unblemished,
  • amorphous but nasty,
  • farther-than-local,
  • curi\-ously sinister,
  • idealistic, law-abiding,
  • virtually undisputed,
  • ofinternational,
  • province-wide,
  • solid theatrical,
  • entirely pristine,
  • tiresome godlike,
  • tenuous liberal,
  • private, professional and marital,
  • impeccably high,
  • cul-tural and scientific,
  • evidently hard-won,
  • crin-dnal,
  • regrettably disreputable,
  • enviable professional,
  • impeccable international,
  • decent scientific,
  • well-regarded literary,
  • disreputable nor controversial,
  • ever pristine,
  • internationally fearsome,
  • ferociously formidable,
  • sudden and undisputed,
  • sinister and unenviable,
  • professedly world-wide,
  • noisy and orthodox,
  • spotless or stainless,
  • proportionately bad,
  • fair, untarnished,
  • well-deserved popular,
  • doubtless well-deserved,
  • noisy and evil,
  • local oratorical,
  • almost darwinian,
  • unblemished professional,
  • sinister but rather alluring,
  • extremely colorful,
  • singularly virtuous,
  • romantic, mystical,
  • limited, specialized,
  • proud local,
  • own familial,
  • scrooge-like,
  • professional and marital,
  • cul-tural,
  • formidable sexual,
  • universally delightful,
  • decidedly unenviable,
  • serious, painstaking,
  • shiny happy,
  • completely undeserved,
  • nearly sacred,
  • high and unblemished,
  • fewer genuine,
  • marvelously bad,
  • fine war-like,
  • few untarnished,
  • puny literary,
  • extremely unenviable,
  • ephemeral financial,
  • doubtful literary,
  • wide and favorable,
  • away best,
  • already world-wide,
  • certain low-level,
  • belligerent and bloodthirsty,
  • rather mercenary,
  • better critical,
  • extensive and well-deserved,
  • good culinary,
  • many resounding,
  • apparently impeccable,
  • rnational,
  • suitably gory,
  • so-called tough,
  • long and august,
  • fairly seedy,
  • seemingly flawless,
  • flighty, unstable,
  • wide and durable,
  • dangerous and fascinating,
  • rather alluring,
  • noble and remarkable,
  • small and useful,
  • same piratical,
  • extremely disreputable,
  • capital and good,
  • mediocre literary,
  • same unsavory,
  • genuine financial,
  • wonderful and great,
  • bad sexual,
  • long and notable,
  • social and scholastic,
  • quietly powerful,
  • respective literary,
  • independent and individual,
  • wider literary,
  • general and grand,
  • rough and bloody,
  • largely fictitious,
  • rather shifty,
  • old negative,
  • national and even international,
  • significant literary,
  • equally exalted,
  • own scandalous,
  • certain mythic,
  • already massive,
  • such unenviable,
  • poor public,
  • rofessional,
  • rather widespread,
  • remarkable popular,
  • former literary,
  • wide and brilliant,
  • semi-supernatural,
  • such spotless,
  • real high-class,
  • already poor,
  • rather notorious,
  • almost unrivaled,
  • fine national,
  • pro­fessional,
  • usual excellent,
  • great and durable,
  • considerable national,
  • rather colorful,
  • long professional,
  • somewhat awful,
  • huge private,
  • vast literary,
  • highest and strongest,
  • rather wicked,
  • high administrative,
  • good critical,
  • past bad,
  • great protective,
  • whole precious,
  • real strange,
  • entire literary,
  • fairly nasty,
  • own spotless,
  • pro\-fessional,
  • big local,
  • fierce and brutal,
  • own solid,
  • wide public,
  • large and good,
  • almost obscene,
  • profes\-sional,
  • highly variable,
  • somewhat indifferent,
  • pragmatic, hard-nosed,
  • luxurious and glamorous,
  • mad but innocent,
  • glorious and entirely unearned,
  • past and questionable,
  • original predatory,
  • distinctly fragile,
  • prestigious scholastic,
  • well-founded and authoritative,
  • slender poetical,
  • considerable and undiminished,
  • exceedingly honorable and virtuous,
  • colossal and unique,
  • similarly evil,
  • old and unblemished,
  • actual or traditional,
  • sane successful,
  • worldwide and pre-eminent,
  • odious and infernal,
  • inviolable social,
  • other, sudden,
  • enviable and well-deserved,
  • high-toned scientific,
  • widespread evil,
  • somewhat sinister and reckless,
  • enviable and wide,
  • exalted anti-epileptic,
  • exceedingly transitory,
  • theatrically fine,
  • properly bad,
  • prostrate and degraded,
  • essentially contemporary and characteristic,
  • essentially contemporary,
  • unbounded and very valuable,
  • wide and deservedly high,
  • unearned and fragile,
  • later infelicitous,
  • wan gret,
  • immaculately pure,
  • vast academical,
  • musical and critical,
  • unreliable and objectionable,
  • safest and most solid,
  • wholly savory,
  • high gastronomical,
  • already worthy,
  • gallant and historical,
  • spotless and unblemished,
  • surgical and artistic,
  • well-worn and well-deserved,
  • moderate sanitary,
  • previous satanic,
  • sensational and undesirable,
  • general and rather splendid,
  • shady professional,
  • generally shady,
  • wide parliamentary,
  • justly great and world-wide,
  • justly great,
  • peculiarly shady,
  • vague, conversational,
  • thoroughly unenviable,
  • local or rural,
  • once undying,
  • seemingly baseless,
  • true, parliamentary,
  • scholastic and legislative,
  • higher contemporary,
  • certain and favorable,
  • fair medical,
  • considerable esoteric,
  • widespread and somewhat notorious,
  • false, ordinary and extraordinary,
  • already chivalrous,
  • enviable judicial,
  • brutal, unclean,
  • true and eventual,
  • unenviable professional,
  • shady social,
  • well-established literary,
  • world-wide literary,
  • agreeably historic,
  • undeserved revolutionary,
  • honorable and unblemished,
  • immense and durable,
  • subsequent widespread,
  • compatriots national,
  • bad and unsavory,
  • far unblemished,
  • evil local,
  • decent and false,
  • first-class parliamentary,
  • however precious,
  • brilliant and well-deserved,
  • already great and well-deserved,
  • well-deserved european,
  • high and untarnished,
  • dearly longed-for,
  • general and enviable,
  • salutary, such,
  • unpleasantly spotless,
  • excellent posthumous,
  • unblemished social,
  • evil historical,
  • bad and traitorous,
  • brilliant and extensive,
  • more shoddy,
  • certain well-deserved,
  • entirely unearned,
  • already lurid,
  • fairly shabby,
  • brutal, bloodthirsty,
  • modest underground,
  • equally dishonorable,
  • exceedingly honorable,
  • extraordinary contemporary,
  • immediate and sensational,
  • widest popular,
  • much hazardous,
  • temporary european,
  • former spotless,
  • sometimes unsavory,
  • high, stainless,
  • sinister and reckless,
  • anti-epileptic,
  • indefinitely unpleasant,
  • enviable literary,
  • somewhat enviable,
  • almost worldwide,
  • wide and exalted,
  • immediate and distinct,
  • young or younger,
  • solid and honorable,
  • prodigiously bad,
  • higher oratorical,
  • solid artistic,
  • base-stealing,
  • good previous,
  • singular and somewhat sinister,
  • dangerous and unenviable,
  • deservedly wide,
  • somewhat national,
  • well-known quiet,
  • anti-hysterical,
  • somewhat unenviable,
  • particularly angelic,
  • international or even national,
  • bad and spurious,
  • particularly illustrious,
  • hardly higher,
  • curious and uncomfortable,
  • superlatively bad,
  • dubious private,
  • legitimate and desirable,
  • little but additional,
  • scholastic and theological,
  • merely academical,
  • hitherto high,
  • immediate and astonishing,
  • already uncanny,
  • flattering literary,
  • somewhat undesirable,
  • wide and honorable,
  • well-known antiquarian,
  • capital and high,
  • comprehensive international,
  • sufficiently evil,
  • least brutal,
  • impressive private,
  • subsequent high,
  • highest philosophic,
  • most critical,
  • sudden literary,
  • morally bad,
  • pleasant official,
  • already exalted,
  • desirable professional,
  • previous excellent,
  • respectable second-rate,
  • proportionably higher,
  • more unblemished,
  • fatal and mysterious,
  • thy threadbare,
  • tremendous local,
  • great intercollegiate,
  • highest international,
  • durable and solid,
  • extensive international,
  • extremely unsavory,
  • rather racy,
  • noble historic,
  • high and public,
  • wide international,
  • distinct and substantive,
  • formerly bright,
  • distinctive artistic,
  • already great,
  • former indifferent,
  • considerable and immediate,
  • altogether enviable,
  • considerable and permanent,
  • sufficiently wretched,
  • rather enviable,
  • widespread literary,
  • specially evil,
  • widespread and intense,
  • exalted national,
  • gloomy and repellent,
  • legitimate literary,
  • literary or oratorical,
  • great and world-wide,
  • high agricultural,
  • definitely literary,
  • independent and aggressive,
  • splendid european,
  • enormous local,
  • remarkable youthful,
  • once enormous,
  • wide european,
  • immense artistic,
  • peculiarly vile,
  • extensive european,
  • already evil,
  • countless military,
  • clean political,
  • national and european,
  • high colonial,
  • wholly amiable,
  • great and enviable,
  • own well-established,
  • social or professional,
  • distinct and noble,
  • tremendous artistic,
  • present unenviable,
  • equally unjust,
  • more stainless,
  • rather spurious,
  • notably bad,
  • invaluable public,
  • purest literary,
  • same unenviable,
  • greater and wider,
  • proud and pure,
  • almost piratical,
  • rather unjust,
  • brilliant poetical,
  • slightly shady,
  • already dubious,
  • great and sinister,
  • considerable temporary,
  • solid national,
  • honorable and virtuous,
  • somewhat worse,
  • special curative,
  • wide and permanent,
  • wider national,
  • much forensic,
  • merely provincial,
  • already magnificent,
  • local professional,
  • more unenviable,
  • poor local,
  • immediate and wide,
  • professional and private,
  • good diplomatic,
  • mathematical and geometrical,
  • military and literary,
  • high scholastic,
  • solid literary,
  • wide scientific,
  • sober good,
  • uncertain and precarious,
  • more spotless,
  • high and genuine,
  • less pacific,
  • little second-rate,
  • more disadvantageous,
  • hardly inferior,
  • less transitory,
  • equal military,
  • rather scandalous,
  • personal and legal,
  • standard european,
  • many unwilling,
  • vaguely sinister,
  • greater musical,
  • equally universal,
  • otherwise pure,
  • military and personal,
  • wholly undeserved,
  • sinister political,
  • now immense,
  • vaguely unpleasant,
  • absolutely first-class,
  • poor personal,
  • higher general,
  • post-matrimonial,
  • immediate national,
  • already fine,
  • decidedly higher,
  • extraordinary popular,
  • bright and pure,
  • certain uncanny,
  • sudden local,
  • big legal,
  • present tremendous,
  • pure and honorable,
  • great clerical,
  • own legendary,
  • otherwise immaculate,
  • truly wicked,
  • perfectly orthodox,
  • decidedly dangerous,
  • literary and oratorical,
  • great oratorical,
  • universal good,
  • professional and literary,
  • already excellent,
  • independent literary,
  • fine legal,
  • wonderful moral,
  • little contemporary,
  • great forensic,
  • highest european,
  • otherwise fair,
  • excellent social,
  • semimythical,
  • general sanitary,
  • literary and personal,
  • magnificent national,
  • considerable scientific,
  • tolerably decent,
  • ancient naval,
  • incomparably higher,
  • merely popular,
  • vast vague,
  • fairest and noblest,
  • splendid literary,
  • little puny,
  • peculiarly high,
  • subsequent great,
  • eminent scientific,
  • own honorable,
  • around-the-world,
  • otherwise brilliant,
  • eminent military,
  • honest and fair,
  • such world-wide,
  • purely fortuitous,
  • much financial,
  • small scientific,
  • profissional,
  • foremost military,
  • somewhat shaky,
  • hitherto invincible,
  • same professional,
  • moral or legal,
  • present much,
  • general high,
  • wonderful military,
  • merely professional,
  • rather lurid,
  • scientific and political,
  • ancient medical,
  • more circumscribed,
  • pure and high,
  • rather equivocal,
  • good bad,
  • much professional,
  • whole medical,
  • high and worthy,
  • philosophical and literary,
  • own historic,
  • possible public,
  • past political,
  • more ambiguous,
  • single military,
  • previous good,
  • tremendously high,
  • amphitheatrical,
  • national or international,
  • high and wide,
  • mighty and terrible,
  • particular local,
  • decidedly bad,
  • great provincial,
  • more final,
  • highly favorable,
  • more damaging,
  • serious literary,
  • less high,
  • countrywide,
  • little popular,
  • wide social,
  • new and good,
  • greater military,
  • moral or social,
  • general and permanent,
  • equally unpleasant,
  • solid and permanent,
  • terrible bad,
  • small medical,
  • rather splendid,
  • great diplomatic,
  • local or national,
  • equally well-known,
  • almost unequalled,
  • such notorious,
  • also more or less,
  • all-too-brief,
  • greater political,
  • considerable political,
  • old evil,
  • also more,
  • more infamous,
  • rather famous,
  • intellectual and literary,
  • personal and official,
  • rather exceptional,
  • sensitive young,
  • little scientific,
  • own innocent,
  • rather dilapidated,
  • ordinary and extraordinary,
  • much literary,
  • genuine literary,
  • little artistic,
  • high and honorable,
  • little miserable,
  • altogether exceptional,
  • solid, substantial,
  • little bad,
  • more abiding,
  • great and valuable,
  • other foolish,
  • many official,
  • more classic,
  • rather sinister,
  • thoroughly reliable,
  • same splendid,
  • comet-like,
  • impressive international,
  • exterior and historical,
  • long and well-deserved,
  • rakish, debonair,
  • potentially billion-dollar,
  • already enviable,
  • diverse literary,
  • a a medical,
  • certainly greater and higher,
  • certainly greater,
  • wide, popular and professional,
  • immense oratorical,
  • world-wide scandalous,
  • professional, literary or religious,
  • quite posthumous,
  • panegyrical and international,
  • nearly untarnished,
  • wide posthumous,
  • dubious and exciting,
  • high but undeserved,
  • already creditable,
  • sour and repulsive,
  • villainous and unsavory,
  • morally unenviable,
  • thereby dark,
  • social, fashionable,
  • partially justifiable,
  • ancient and well-founded,
  • such litle,
  • dangerously flattering,
  • first-class poetic,
  • present equivocal,
  • slightly unsavory,
  • foul and cunning,
  • undeserved bad,
  • tolerably formidable,
  • literary or public,
  • past parliamentary,
  • current good,
  • popular and professional,
  • general medicinal,
  • purfessional,
  • otherwise high,
  • high vocal,
  • justly high,
  • quite undeserved,
  • sensible, businesslike,
  • curiously sinister,
  • ephemeral literary,
  • altogether undeserved,
  • highest academical,
  • already glorious,
  • already remarkable,
  • brilliant parliamentary,
  • literary or religious,
  • grossly inflated,
  • impressive personal,
  • genuine and permanent,
  • almost awesome,
  • industry-wide,
  • excellent professional,
  • sufficient scientific,
  • rather fearsome,
  • whole professional,
  • ssional,
  • positively bad,
  • relatively limited,
  • particular and peculiar,
  • high general,
  • brilliant scientific,
  • literary and philosophic,
  • common literary,
  • somewhat dreary,
  • present or past,
  • good professional,
  • many artistic,
  • many honorable,
  • already formidable,
  • fair and honorable,
  • exceptionally bad,
  • unenvied,
  • same magical,
  • much nobler,
  • high personal,
  • splendid military,
  • panegyrical,
  • former good,
  • former high,
  • solid and substantial,
  • more widespread,
  • highest military,
  • tolerably fair,
  • own unhappy,
  • such doubtful,
  • personal and professional,
  • more dazzling,
  • sometimes world-famous,
  • exterior and unsavory,
  • thy questionable,
  • rather towering,
  • fairly well-deserved,
  • widespread onerous,
  • mythical or near-mythical,
  • alaskan and siberian,
  • brilliant and undying,
  • unenviable but deserving,
  • undiminished european,
  • characteristically shady,
  • posthumous sentimental,
  • fabulous, legendary,
  • somewhat scary,
  • overall athletic,
  • noisy and popular,
  • wide and well-deserved,
  • great and not undeserved,
  • deservedly hard,
  • deservedly bad,
  • own post-mortem,
  • fair and unstained,
  • widest and most familiar,
  • damned frightening,
  • political or professional,
  • considerable contemporary,
  • equally unenviable,
  • false and felonious,
  • fair local,
  • already well-established,
  • common civic,
  • hitherto spotless,
  • especially evil,
  • brilliant professional,
  • wide local,
  • great academic,
  • sad sad,
  • already tattered,
  • somewhat notorious,
  • greatest diplomatic,
  • previous great,
  • traditional high,
  • already brilliant,
  • already substantial,
  • dangerous military,
  • specially high,
  • local literary,
  • less dubious,
  • high commercial,
  • former evil,
  • former bad,
  • good european,
  • wide and high,
  • previous high,
  • high legal,
  • almost national,
  • near-mythical,
  • excellent local,
  • highest professional,
  • rather shady,
  • high musical,
  • self-professed,
  • vast continental,
  • already extensive,
  • moral and literary,
  • less exclusive,
  • pure and virtuous,
  • more portentous,
  • indifferent good,
  • greater literary,
  • somewhat formidable,
  • highest scientific,
  • somewhat questionable,
  • quite special,
  • literary and philosophical,
  • equally high,
  • greatest scientific,
  • great revolutionary,
  • much local,
  • such scientific,
  • thoroughly bad,
  • certain quiet,
  • certain military,
  • mere military,
  • perfectly harmless,
  • such military,
  • newfound heroic,
  • well-deserved savage,
  • carelessly lustful,
  • distinctly awful,
  • deservedly pure,
  • excellent and well-deserved,
  • sufficiently ragged,
  • undeservedly bad,
  • somewhat uncanny,
  • highly convivial,
  • rather unenviable,
  • fresh and brilliant,
  • ancient high,
  • high philosophical,
  • much vaster,
  • especially bad,
  • quite opposite,
  • highest literary,
  • once brilliant,
  • city-wide,
  • own scientific,
  • scientific and literary,
  • statewide,
  • almost fabulous,
  • same bad,
  • same fatal,
  • such eminent,
  • great good,
  • distinctly unsavory,
  • perfectly undeserved,
  • sinister and murderous,
  • mysterious and frightening,
  • same shaky,
  • precocious literary,
  • immense local,
  • somewhat flamboyant,
  • general and extensive,
  • rather unsavory,
  • extensive local,
  • literary and moral,
  • original good,
  • great traditional,
  • high poetical,
  • generally bad,
  • own poetical,
  • rather questionable,
  • brilliant literary,
  • bibliomaniacal,
  • brilliant military,
  • notoriously bad,
  • life-time,
  • exceedingly bad,
  • little literary,
  • ancient military,
  • great contemporary,
  • much new,
  • less savory,
  • merely local,
  • highest moral,
  • own bad,
  • such literary,
  • somewhat doubtful,
  • rather bad,
  • own well-deserved,
  • previously spotless,
  • somewhat unsavory,
  • greater national,
  • large local,
  • somewhat sinister,
  • such indifferent,
  • earthshaking,
  • great and splendid,
  • much additional,
  • hard-nosed,
  • own precious,
  • such evil,
  • cut-rate,
  • deservedly unpleasant,
  • touchy, barbed-wire,
  • sully conspicuous,
  • wide and enviable,
  • fair literary,
  • hitherto unblemished,
  • great academical,
  • highly flattering,
  • higher military,
  • local military,
  • already considerable,
  • own brilliant,
  • barbed-wire,
  • rather peculiar,
  • original risky,
  • fair national,
  • more dubious,
  • own professional,
  • almost illustrious,
  • already illustrious,
  • high and well-deserved,
  • particularly unsavory,
  • somewhat shady,
  • almost world-wide,
  • good local,
  • good military,
  • own military,
  • purely local,
  • nation-wide,
  • own high,
  • already international,
  • brittle and unstable,
  • many inflated,
  • certain belated,
  • great and well-deserved,
  • high civic,
  • rather grim,
  • particularly bad,
  • low-rate intellectual,
  • permanent and serious,
  • fine european,
  • infelicitous,
  • own literary,
  • almost european,
  • somewhat dubious,
  • particularly high,
  • national and international,
  • unique and shady,
  • neat provincial,
  • somewhat evil,
  • pure and stainless,
  • real tough,
  • almost unique,
  • original ripe,
  • fallacious literary,
  • old excellent,
  • old and lofty,
  • great poetic,
  • almost legendary,
  • rather doubtful,
  • own good,
  • worst possible,
  • unrivaled,
  • high scientific,
  • helluva,
  • considerable military,
  • well-founded,
  • considerable local,
  • unstained,
  • long-standing,
  • high local,
  • still higher,
  • oratorical,
  • more enviable,
  • high professional,
  • great local,
  • hard-won,
  • considerable literary,
  • great military,
  • savory,
  • already high,
  • academical,
  • great literary,
  • unimpeachable,
  • hard-earned,
  • such high,
  • high literary,
  • long-established,
  • impeccable,
  • equivocal,
  • high military,
  • widest,
  • deservedly high,
  • untarnished,
  • posthumous,
  • stainless,
  • questionable,
  • well-established,
  • undeserved,
  • worldwide,
  • shady,
  • widespread,
  • dubious,
  • fearsome,
  • poetical,
  • unsavory,
  • sinister,
  • well-deserved,
  • spotless,
  • doubtful,
  • unenviable,
  • unblemished,
  • scientific,
  • international,
  • highest,
  • enviable,
  • wide,
  • world-wide,
  • european,
  • professional,
  • national,
  • military,
  • considerable,
  • evil,
  • literary,
  • bad,
  • high.
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