Generally considered or reputed to be.
- The first signal from our reputative prime minister is that, for him, union reforms laws are in place and ready to bite.
- A joint occupation for five or six years is sufficient for to make reputative appurtenances.
- Nor is he such a physician, as to perform, but a supposed, or reputative cure.
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