What is another word for bad reputation?

Pronunciation: [bˈad ɹˌɛpjuːtˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

A bad reputation can be described using a variety of synonyms, each carrying a slightly different connotation. For example, "notoriety" suggests a negative reputation that has garnered widespread attention and controversy. "Infamy" connotes a reputation earned through shameful or immoral actions, while "stigma" implies a negative association that is difficult to shake. "Disrepute" suggests a loss of respect or credibility in a particular community or field. "Taint" implies a negative influence that spreads beyond an individual to affect others. Lastly, "shame" suggests a deep sense of embarrassment and dishonor. Regardless of the synonym used, a bad reputation can have significant consequences for an individual or organization.

What are the hypernyms for Bad reputation?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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