defame

[ dih-feym ]SEE DEFINITION OF defame

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFAME

For those who wish to defame you will assert that I am wise, though I am not.

I have done nothing to defame your character, in spite of what has passed.

They not only defame Wilson, but they contend that the part we played in the war has been overestimated.

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

No cruelty must ever defame it, no malice, no gross bitterness!

When we tell lies about our neighbor and slander or defame him in our conversation.

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

On the other hand why shouldn't they all double-cross and prey on and defame and applaud each other to their heart's content?

I hope to be able to teach you that it's one thing to defy a board of directors, and it's another to defame a respectable man.

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

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