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repute -- as in: in good repute
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • At the end of the second day M. de Villefort received the following note:— "The person called the Count of Monte Cristo is an intimate acquaintance of Lord Wilmore, a rich foreigner, who is sometimes seen in Paris and who is there at this moment; he is also known to the Abbe Busoni, a Sicilian priest, of high repute in the East, where he has done much good."

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  • Neighbors complained that it was a house of ill repute.
  • a man of good repute

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