calumnious

[ kuh-luhm-nee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF calumnious

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All charges of cruelty and inhumanity were vile and calumnious falsehoods.

For the rest, I trust to myself to propitiate the kindly and to silence the calumnious.

They employed against them calumnious threats and even violence.

Even to look into her face did not silence the calumnious whispering.

Come forward, calumnious and insolent count, and abductor of women!

The results of your denunciation will be stifled, because they are calumnious.

Let us put aside all these calumnious imputations; we will return to them afterwards.

He is also the author of the virulent and calumnious "History of the Council of Trent."

Rolland made no attempt to answer even the most calumnious of attacks.

The Archbishop of Salzburg bitterly resents "the calumnious and defamatory charges against them."

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