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Definitionthe state of one's reputation — can be high/good or low/bad
- Neither do thou imagine that I shall contrive aught against his life; no, nor against his fame, if as I judge, he be a man of fair repute.Chapter 4 -- The Interview (83% in)
- It would be greatly for the public behoof if we women, being of mature age and church-members in good repute, should have the handling of such malefactresses as this Hester Prynne.Chapter 2 -- The Market Place (20% in)
- Now, if never before, it answered a good purpose by enabling Hester and the seaman to speak together without risk of being overheard; and so changed was Hester Prynne's repute before the public, that the matron in town, most eminent for rigid morality, could not have held such intercourse with less result of scandal than herself.Chapter 21 -- The New England Holiday (92% in)
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