Synonyms for maligned

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The maligned Mrs. Dott announced that she had a good mind to box his ears.

You shall be a witness hereafter of how deeply I am maligned.

I spurned him from me with violence because he had maligned your wife.

I said I was pleased to hear it, no doubt someone had maligned them.

I did not enlighten him, for I had no desire to hear her maligned.

That is certain,” replied the syndic; “some one must have maligned me to his majesty.

Lydia glowed at the generosity of this girl whom the man had so maligned.

"I have been maligned, Aunt Agnes," I cried with flashing eyes.

To think how you have attacked my father, maligned him, covered him with dishonour!

It would not have been so at college or in a mess-room: so much for maligned actors.