defamation

[ def-uh-mey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF defamation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFAMATION

But some day he will know what is the meaning of defamation, and if he ever does, he will forgive me.

For you might come ruin, defamation, and perhaps imprisonment.

The praise, on the one hand, and the defamation on the other, are equally unmerited.

My dear, he'll have to bring an action for defamation of character, or whatever they call it.

In other words, truth is a defense to an action for defamation.

There are many other instances of defamation, at p. 90, etc.

In prison for defamation of character, if the Rymers chose to put you there.

Alone of them he did not breathe suits for defamation of character and the like.

Defamation is no defamation you know till the scandal is published.

This work is the glorification of animalism and indirectly a defamation of woman.

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