disrepute


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Synonyms for disrepute

Synonyms for disrepute

Synonyms for disrepute

the state of being held in low esteem

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I think the FA should come back now and be very clear that Liverpool could be construed to have brought the game into disrepute by the way in which they have consistently undermined the judgment and by Kenny Dalglish's comments.
Controversial "Whether Clarkson is judged to have brought the BBC into disrepute is something that is being looked at.
E Thompson should do some research before submitting further letters - writing numerous letters to newspapers cannot possibly be described by anyone as bringing a council into disrepute.
Also, is it not disrepute when an owner with a top position in racing refuses to share information with the media regarding his filly who has had setbacks but is about to run in the St Leger?
He denied his actions were dishonest and liable to bring his profession into disrepute.
Jones has now been charged with making a statement, verbal or written, which is likely to bring the game into disrepute.
He wrote that such an award "brings this university and its honour into disrepute.
The SFA are incensed by Hearts' claims against the integrity of linesman Andy Davis and have the power to fine, suspend or expel any official who brings the game into disrepute.
The Football Association determined the Irish midfielder was guilty of bringing the game into disrepute for saying in his autobiography that he deliberately set out to injure Manchester City's Alfie Inge Haaland.
Such lack of care brings disrepute on conservatives, confirming the liberal propaganda that we are undereducated and "easily led.
LORD Rennard was back in the Lib Dems last night after he was cleared of bringing the party into disrepute.
Hearn has confirmed O'Sullivan will be compelled to back up his allegations and warned he could be charged with bringing the game into disrepute if he does not do so.
3 staff sacked between 2009-12: 2009 - 1 bringing council into disrepute 2011 - 1 internet misuse 2012 - 1 use of emails | 2 staff disciplined between 2009-12: 2011 - 1 bringing the council into disrepute (final written warning), 1 internet misuse (warning) FLINTSHIRE | 2,577 staff have internet access | Staff can use the internet for personal use during non work time (i.
A 71-YEAR-OLD politician brought the Welsh Assembly into disrepute after a late-night drinking session with a mystery woman in a five-star hotel funded by the taxpayer turned sour, an official report has said.
The conduct of the Member was inconsistent with such a purpose and itself brought the National Assembly into disrepute .