Bad Repute

Bad Repute in Asia

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Bad Repute: noun

  • abasement
  • abjection
  • abjectness
  • abomination
  • allegation
  • amoralism
  • amorality
  • animadversion
  • antagonism
  • aspersion
  • attaint
  • bad character
  • bad influence
  • bad name
  • betrayal
  • calumniation
  • calumny
  • castigation
  • censoriousness
  • censure
  • charge
  • condemnation
  • confutation
  • contemptibility
  • contumely
  • corruption
  • criminality
  • crimination
  • criticism
  • debasement
  • decrial
  • defilement
  • degeneracy
  • degradation
  • delinquency
  • demoralization
  • denigration
  • denunciation
  • depravity
  • deprecation
  • derision
  • derogation
  • despicabifity
  • despicableness
  • detraction
  • deviation from rectitude
  • deviation from virtue
  • deviousness
  • disapprobation
  • discommendation
  • discountenance
  • discredit
  • disesteem
  • disfavor
  • disgrace
  • disgracefulness
  • dishonor
  • dishonorableness
  • disparagement
  • displacency
  • disreputability
  • disreputableness
  • disrepute
  • disrespecta bility
  • disrespectfulness
  • excoriation
  • exposure
  • flagitiousness
  • flagrancy
  • fraud
  • ignobility
  • ignominiousness
  • ignominy
  • ill repute
  • immorality
  • impaired reputation
  • improbation
  • improbity
  • impropriety
  • impugnation
  • increpation
  • inculpation
  • indecorum
  • infamousness
  • infamy
  • insolence
  • irreverence
  • lack of integrity
  • laxity
  • loss of honor
  • loss of reputation
  • low regard
  • low regard
  • low standard
  • maculation
  • malevolence
  • malignity
  • malversation
  • misbehavior
  • moral degeneracy
  • immorality
  • impaired reputation
  • improbation
  • improbity
  • impropriety
  • impugnation
  • increpation
  • inculpation
  • indecorum
  • infamousness
  • infamy
  • infidelity
  • insolence
  • irreverence
  • lack of integrity
  • laxity
  • loss of honor
  • loss of reputation
  • low regard
  • low standard
  • maculation
  • malevolence
  • malignity
  • malversation
  • misbehavior
  • moral degeneracy
  • moral turpitude
  • notoriety
  • objurgation
  • obliquity
  • obloquy
  • obnoxiousness
  • obtrecta tion
  • odiousness
  • odium
  • opprobrium
  • peccability
  • peculation
  • perfidiousness
  • perfidy
  • perversity
  • prodi tion
  • profligacy
  • public reproach
  • rapacity
  • rebuke
  • reflection
  • reprehension
  • reprimand
  • reproach
  • reprobation
  • shame
  • shamefulness
  • slight
  • stigma
  • stricture
  • suspiciousness
  • taint
  • traducement
  • transgression
  • turpitude
  • unacceptableness
  • unrespectability
  • unscrupulousness
  • venality
  • vice
  • vilification
  • vilipend ency
  • want of principle
  • Associated Concepts: character evidence
  • credibility of witness
  • moral turpitude
  • reputation
  • Verba generalia generaliter sunt intelligenda
  • General words are to be understood generally
  • Verbis standum ubi nulla ambiguitas
  • Where there is no ambiguity
  • the words are adhered to
  • Semper sexus masculinus etiam femininum sexum continet
  • The masculine sex of gender always includes the feminine also
  • Semper specialia generalibus insunt
  • Special expressions are always included in general ones
  • Sinulla sit conjectura quae ducat alio
  • verba intelligenda sunt ex proprietate
  • non grammatica sedpopulari ex usu
  • If there be no inference which leads to a different conclusion
  • words are to be understood according to their proper meaning
  • not according to a grammatical usage but to a popular and ordinary one
  • Statuta pro publico commodo late interpretantur
  • Statutes enacted for the public good ought to be liberally construed
  • Quando charta continetgeneralem clausulam
  • posteaque descendit ad verba specialia quae clausulae generali sunt consentanea
  • interpretanda est charta secundum verba specialia
  • When a deed contains a general clause
  • and afterwards descends to special words which are consistent with the general clause
  • When the law is special
  • but its reason is general
  • the law is to be understood generally
  • Quando licet id quod majus videtur etlicere id quod minus
  • When the greater is allowed
  • the less is to be deemed to be allowed also
  • Quod in minori valet valebit in majori; et quod in majori non valetnecvalebitinminori
  • Tha
  • 1 which is valid in the greater shall be valid in the less; and that which is not valid in the greater shall not be valid in the less
  • Qtium in testamento ambigue aut etiamperperam scriptum est
  • benigne interpretari et secundum id quod credible et cogitatum
  • credendum est
  • Where an ambiguous or even an erroneous expression occurs in a will
  • it should be construed liberally and in accordance with what is thought the probable meaning of the testator
  • Semper in dubiis benigniorapraeferenda sunt
  • In doubtful cases
  • the more liberal constructions are always to be preferred
  • Transgressione multiplicata
  • crescat poenae inflictio
  • Upon the multiplication of the transgression
  • let the infliction of punishment increase
  • Ex tota materia emergat resolutio
  • A general expression is to be construed generally
  • Generate nihilcertum implicat
  • A general expression implies nothing certain
  • Indubiohaec legis constructio quam verba ostendunt
  • In a doubtful case
  • that construction which the words indicate should be adopted
  • Inexpositioneinstrumentorum
  • mala grammatica
  • quod fieri potest
  • vitanda est
  • In the drafting of instruments
  • bad grammar is to be avoided as much as possible
  • In his enim quae sunt favorabilia animae
  • quamvis sunt damnosa rebus
  • fiat aliquando extentio statuti
  • In matters that are favorable to the spirit
  • though injurious to property
  • an extension of the statute should sometimes be made
  • In rebus quae sunt favorabilia animae
  • quamvis sunt damnosa rebus
  • fiat aliquando extensio statuti
  • In matters that are favorable to the spirit
  • In verbis non verba
  • sed res et ratio
  • quaerenda est
  • In the construction of words
  • not the mere words
  • but the thing and the meaning
  • are to be inquired into
  • Injustum est
  • nisi tota lege inspecta
  • de una aliqua ejusparticula proposita judicare vel respondere
  • It is unjust to give judgement or advice concerning any particular clause of a law without having examined the whole law
  • Interpretatio fienda est ut res magis valeat quam pereat
  • Construction should be such tnat the transaction may be effective rather than fall
  • Interpretare et concordare leges legibus
  • est optimus interpretandi modus
  • To interpret and harmonize laws with laws is the best mode of interpretation
  • Interpretatio talis in ambiguis semper fienda est ut evitetur inconveniens et absurdum
  • In ambiguous things
  • such a construction should be always made that the inconvenient and absurd may be avoided
  • Legis constructio non facit injuriam
  • The construction of law does no wrong
  • Generalis clausula non porrigitur ad ea quaeantea specialiter sunt comprehensa
  • non trahit ad se quod est magisjunctum
  • sede contrario in omnicasu
  • That which is more remote does not draw to itself that which is nearer
  • but the contrary in every case
  • In ambigua voce legis eapotius accipienda est significatio quae vitio caret
  • praesertim cum etiam voluntas legis ex hoc colligipossit
  • In an ambiguous expression of law
  • that signification is to be preferred which is consonant with equity
  • especially when the spirit of the law can be collected from that
  • In obscuris
  • inspici solere quod verisimiltus est
  • aut quod plerumque fieri solet
  • In obscure cases
  • we usually regard what is most probable or what is done
  • In obscuris
  • quod minimum est sequimur
  • In obscure or doubtful cases
  • we follow that which is the least
  • Inpoenalibus causis benignius interpretandum est
  • In penal causes or cases
  • the more liberal interpretation should be adopted
  • In re dubia
  • Generate tantum valet in generalibus
  • quantum singulare in singulis
  • That which is general prevails in general matters
  • as that which is particular prevails in particular matters
  • In ambiguo sermone non utrumque dicimus sed id duntaxat quod volumus
  • In ambiguous language
  • we do not use it in a double sense
  • but in the sense in which we mean it
  • Generalia specialibus non derogant
  • General words do not derogate from special
  • Generalia suntpraeponenda singularibus
  • General things are to be put before particular things
  • Generalia verba sunt generaliter intelligenda
  • General words are to be understood generally in a general sense
  • Generalibus specialia derogant
  • Special words derogate from the meaning of general ones
  • Verba posteriora propter certitudinem addita
  • adpriora quae certitudine indigent
  • sunt referenda
  • Subsequent words
  • added for the purpose of certainty
  • are to be referred to the preceding words which are need of certainty
  • Things general precede
  • things special follow
  • In ambiguis orationibus maxime sententia spectanda est ejus qui eas protulisset
  • When there are ambiguous expressions
  • the intentions of the person who uses them is chiefly to be regarded
  • A verbis legis non est recendendum
  • From the words of a statute
  • there must be no departure
  • Aliud est distinctio
  • aliud separatio
  • Distinction is one thing; separation is another

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