reputational + -ly
Adverb reputationally (not comparable) In terms of reputation. 2007 October 7, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “The Money Game and the Mind Game at Sallie Mae”, New York Times: Wherever the parties stand, at the end of the day, the person with the swing vote is Mr. Flowers, who has the most riding on the deal — financially and reputationally.
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