Synonyms for Disrepute:

n.

slander, smear, character assassination, under a cloud, loss of face, injury, smear campaign. dishonor (noun)
disgrace, disfavor, infamy.
dishonor, shame (noun)
ill repute, disesteem, disfavor, notoriety, opprobrium, disgrace, smear, odium, infamy, obloquy, discredit, ignominy.
disrepute (noun)
dishonor, notoriety, discredit, shamefulness, sordidness, disesteem, scandalousness.
infamy (noun)
infamy.
reputation (noun)
notoriety.
shame (noun)
ignominy, loss of face.

v.

shame (verb)
ignominy.

Other synonyms:

bad name, bad odor, ill repute, disgrace. odium, opprobrium. humiliation. obloquy, shame. disgrace
disfavor.
Other relevant words:
infamy, opprobrium, shame, odium, humiliation, obloquy, smear, disgrace, slander, bad name, injury, bad odor, disfavor, ignominy, loss of face, discredit.

Usage examples for disrepute

  1. The free use of trivial proverbs got them into disrepute and as the abuse of a thing raises a just opposition to its practice, a slender wit affecting " a cross humour," published a little volume of " Crossing of Proverbs, Cross- answers, and Cross- humours." – Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3) by Isaac Disraeli
  2. It stood in what is known as Walsh's Row- was fashionable enough once, perhaps, but long since fallen into disrepute – Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009