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As for the company at the Wells, he would challenge every man at Epsom, if necessary, if he should dare to asperse his bravery.
THE CHAPLAIN OF THE FLEETWALTER BESANT AND JAMES RICE
We were not long in finding who it was that had been so base as to asperse the character of a family so harmless as ours.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL IV.EDITORS: ARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON
Everything that rancour, low wit, and deplorable ignorance could conceive to asperse my government, was put in execution.
THE SURPRISING ADVENTURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSENRUDOLPH ERICH RASPE
Superior excellence is the general mark for calumny; and envy is usually led to asperse what it cannot imitate.
ALIDAAMELIA STRATTON COMFIELD
Wait until your honest Evan comes back before you venture to asperse his lordship's deputy.'
THE MAKING OF WILLIAM EDWARDSMRS. G. LINNAEUS BANKS
I foresee that you, like an Orville, or a Mortimer, will suspect and asperse your mistress.
THE HEROINEEATON STANNARD BARRETT
You may insult me; but you have no right to asperse the memory of my mother.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 109, NOVEMBER 9TH, 1895VARIOUS
Now it is you that asperse the present, and I that will defend it.
VASSALL MORTONFRANCIS PARKMAN
Disease comes and war decimates; foul tongues asperse, and the unity that was perfect is so no longer.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 20, NO. 120, OCTOBER, 1867.VARIOUS
That the assembly intended to asperse the right and constitutional administration of justice; and 7.
THE WEARING OF THE GREENA.M. SULLIVAN
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WORDS RELATED TO ASPERSE

  • asperse
  • baptize
  • bathe
  • bury
  • christen
  • dip
  • douse
  • drench
  • drown
  • duck
  • dunk
  • merge
  • plunge
  • saturate
  • sink
  • slop
  • soak
  • souse
  • sprinkle
  • steep
  • submerse
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