If ever Calumny aims the poisoned shaft at them, may friendship be by to ward the blow!
It is there one lives exempt from the assaults of censure, detraction, and calumny.
Calumny is a little wind, but it raises such a terrible tempest.
Some they bought—some they ruined—some they intimidated—some they destroyed by calumny.
Slander and calumny can go abroad without a dread of consequences.
But who hasn't had his best actions misinterpreted by calumny?
Calumny should be the weapon of those only who have to defend not ideas, but crimes.
In impotent rage the discomfited Jews resorted to invective and calumny.
Oh, but how the ragged tooth of calumny gnawed his very heart!
Whether the calumny be true or false, you have seen the effect of it this evening.