Definition of Libeled
1. Verb. (American English) (past of libel) ¹
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Definition of Libeled
1. libel [v] - See also: libel
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Literary usage of Libeled
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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1912)
"... in 18f>0, the owners respectively libeled the Ohio, in the district court, anr charged her with being the occasion of their miscarriage. ..."
2. American State Trials: A Collection of the Important and Interesting by John Davison Lawson, Robert Lorenzo Howard (1916)
"In the first the person libeled was described as one Henry G. Fledder- man, ex-sheriff of the City; in the second John J. Mahon, a City Councilman.6 The ..."
3. Ruling Case Law as Developed and Established by the Decisions and by William Mark McKinney, Burdett Alberto Rich (1917)
"... a newspaper controversy and lavished slanderous imputations on each other, and so were equally at fault, although if one is libeled in a newspaper, and, ..."
4. The Law of Libel and Slander in Civil and Criminal Cases: As Administered in by Martin L. Newell (1898)
"(1) An indictment for writing a ridiculous poem and sending the same to the person libeled. From Chitty's Criminal Pleadings, vol. 3, 889. ..."
5. The Revised Statutes of the State of Maine, Passed October 22, 1840: To by Maine (1847)
"PERSONAL PROPERTY libeled. Seizure of for- theret°' A ' CHAPTER 132. [TITLE X. OF PERSONAL PROPERTY SEIZED, AND LOST GOODS; AND PROCEEDINGS THEREON. SECT. ..."
6. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1887)
"If the ship have already been libeled and sold, the proceeds shall represent the ... Rule 54 provides that when a vessel is libeled, or her owner is sued, ..."
7. What American Editors Said about the Ten Million Dollar Libel Suit by Thomson Gale (Firm) (1921)
"... Chicago Tribune for ten million dollars on the ground that it was libeled by that publication. The city holds that the Tribune's attacks were untrue, ..."