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How to use calumniation in a sentence

We are to avoid giving occasion for our enemies to open their mouths in calumniation of God's name and his Word.
EPISTLE SERMONS, VOL. IIMARTIN LUTHER
Thou hast grieved over my calumniation, and likewise hast lamented the damage to my good name.
THE CONSOLATION OF PHILOSOPHYBOETHIUS
It was said that he was spoiled by Pitt, and was consumed by vanity, and was broken by Tory calumniation.
DRAKE, NELSON AND NAPOLEONWALTER RUNCIMAN
I do not, therefore, concern myself about a vain calumniation when I have a substantial promise.
WRITINGS IN CONNECTION WITH THE DONATIST CONTROVERSYAURELIUS AUGUSTINE
His Majestys constancy, notwithstanding calumniation, for the survey of the English translation.
LECTURES ON BIBLE REVISIONSAMUEL NEWTH
In spite of all this, however, the work of systematic calumniation still continues.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
But how barbarous that is, and how unfortunate for him, that the world shall think the better of any person for his calumniation!
LOVE FOR LOVEWILLIAM CONGREVE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO CALUMNIATION

  • aspersion
  • calumniation
  • calumny
  • character assassination
  • defamation
  • denigration
  • detraction
  • lying
  • malicious
  • obloquy
  • scandal
  • slander
  • smear
  • vilification
  • vituperation
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