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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CALUMNIATOR

Acting in the capacity of calumniator, he seeks out and defames the innocent.

The calumniator, Martin Gonzalez, was punished where he had most sinned.

An honest drunkard is better than a calumniator of the dead.

But I denounce him as a calumniator of my country; a maligner of this nation.

The preacher was denounced as seditious, and as a calumniator of light and reason.

The calumniator of his race should be ostracised from decent society.'

One of their associates is, to my knowledge, a most base and unprincipled 45 calumniator.

And are a villain, a calumniator, and boaster in all—defend thyself.

Their reputation is entirely at the mercy of every calumniator.

To secretly kill your calumniator, to avoid scandal, is justifiable.

WORD ORIGIN

1690s, from Latin calumniator, agent noun from calumniari (see calumniate (v.)).

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