Definition of Slandering

1. Verb. (present participle of slander) ¹



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Definition of Slandering

1. slander [v] - See also: slander

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slandering

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slamfire
slamfires
slammed
slammer
slammerkin
slammers
slamming
slammingly
slammings
slams
slander
slandered
slanderer
slanderers
slandering (current term)
slanderous
slanderously
slanderousness
slanders
slandre
slane
slanes
slang
slang-whanger
slang-whangers
slanged
slanger
slangers
slangier

Literary usage of Slandering

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1. Abaddon's Steam Engine, Calumny, Delineated: Being an Attempt to Stop Its by Richard Ferguson, Lover of mercy rejoicing over judgement (1817)
"What is the truth of God, the slandering opposition to which brands every man and woman with the justly merited epithet of a liar ? ..."

2. The Liberty of the Press, Speech, and Public Worship: Being Commentaries on by James Paterson (1880)
"In all other respects slander and libel are practically one and the same cause of action. Distinction between slandering and scolding. ..."

3. Ethical Obligations of the Lawyer by Gleason Leonard Archer (1910)
"slandering another attorney to his client and endeavoring to induce the client to forsake the lawyer is a ground for disbarment.5 Divorce Advertising. ..."

4. Manual of the Law of Scotland by John Hill Burton (1847)
"Invading, Threatening, and slandering Judges. ... slandering a judge on account of his judicial proceedings, is an offence formerly very severely, ..."

5. The Works of Hannah More by Hannah More (1830)
"... indemnifies herself by slandering her rich ones. She has, however, many good qualities, is generous and compassionate; and I would on no account speak ..."

6. Slander and Defamation of Character: The Great Crimes of the Nineteenth Century by Thomas D Worrall (1884)
"slandering BY GIVING BAD NAMES, "I will not kill thee, but I will g\\v. thee a bnd name" slandering by epithets is one of the most common methods of the age ..."

7. Peace Insurance by Richard Stockton (1915)
"CHAPTER VIII THE slandering OF THE SOLDIER NE of the worst examples that we have seen of sensational exaggeration and slandering of the army, over the name ..."

8. Maryland Under the Commonwealth: A Chronicle of the Years 1649-1658 by Bernard Christian Steiner (1911)
"... slandering and talebearing, and the sanctity of the " Sabbath day;"1 these acts, however, judged by the standard of the times, are not particularly ..."

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