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Another word for slander

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Noun
  1. The expression of injurious, malicious statements about someone

Verb
  1. To make defamatory statements about

      1. The legally indefensible publication or broadcast of words or images that are degrading to a person or injurious to his or her reputation.
      2. An incidence of such publication or broadcast.
      3. The written claims initiating a suit in an admiralty court.
      1. To attack the reputation of (a person or thing) with strong or abusive criticism.
      1. To make false or malicious statements about (someone) in order to cause humiliation or disgrace.
      2. To fail to uphold; disregard or violate:
      1. In communications, to free up a circuit that has been established for a particular session. When the session is completed, the circuit is "torn down" and the components and services involved are available for use by someone else.
      1. To pronounce indistinctly.
      2. To talk about disparagingly or insultingly.
      3. To pass over lightly or carelessly; treat without due consideration.
      1. To make evil, harmful, and often untrue statements about (someone).
      2. Evil or harmful in nature or effect:
      3. Intending or threatening harm or ill will; malevolent:
      1. To damage the reputation, character, or good name of (someone) by slander or libel.
      2. To disgrace.
      1. To make maliciously or knowingly false statements about.
      1. To speak spitefully or slanderously about (another).
      2. To speak spitefully or slanderously about a person.
      1. To spread false or damaging accusations or insinuations against (someone).
      2. To slander or libel; defame.
      3. To sprinkle, especially with holy water.

Another word for slander

Noun
      1. The legally indefensible publication or broadcast of words or images that are degrading to a person or injurious to his or her reputation.
      2. An incidence of such publication or broadcast.
      3. The written claims initiating a suit in an admiralty court.
      1. A publicized incident that brings about disgrace or offends the moral sensibilities of society:
      2. A person, thing, or circumstance that causes or ought to cause disgrace or outrage:
      3. Damage to reputation or character caused by public disclosure of immoral or grossly improper behavior; disgrace.
      1. A false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation.
      2. The utterance of maliciously false statements; slander.
      1. The act of defaming; calumny, slander, or libel.
    See also:

    lie

Verb