Thesaurus / defame

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We are outcasts from Deity, therefore we defame the place of our exile.

Imaginations and Reveries(A.E.) George William Russell

This is he, who little regarding my love, doth not only defame me with reproachfull words, but also intendeth to run away.

The Golden AsseLucius Apuleius

Do not permit any of those loafers to talk with you, for if you do they will go away to defame you.

No doubt hopes had been entertained that, on finding herself abandoned by her King, she would at last accuse and defame him.

That however, did not trouble him and he did everything that Pombal bade him to do, to defame and destroy the Society.

The Jesuits, 1534-1921Thomas J. Campbell

On this principle they defame, persecute, and destroy every one who displeases them.

Letters To EugeniaPaul Henri Thiry Holbach

He had made himself bitter enemies, and they would not scruple to defame him.

Historic OdditiesSabine Baring-Gould

A beneficiary who will defame a bounteous benefactor is unworthy of his good fortune.

It might prove very damaging to your character to defame the man who was to have shared with you Mrs. Brand's estates.

Faithful MargaretAnnie Ashmore

This gave his envious relatives opportunity to slander her and defame her honor.

A Thousand Years of Jewish HistoryMaurice H. (Maurice Henry) Harris

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