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adjective as in insulted

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No wonder whistleblowers are routinely slandered as being mentally unstable (stellar accomplishments notwithstanding).

Knox looked pained, but she said being slandered by the media was nothing new.

And the jury found that Seagal had slandered Nichols but did not award any damages.

With his permission she slandered the poor nuns with tongue and pen, a vile woman hired to defile the innocent.

There did not live a more implacable and unforgiving man, when his wife was slandered, than Andrew Jackson.

The queen, however, was most grievously slandered and ill-treated by the Tory portion of public writers.

They have slandered their families, and have gone into scandalous history that has no foundation in facts whatever.

These statesmen, however, are generally slandered by uninformed writers who contend that Sumner and Stevens did not thus proceed.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slandered, such as: aggrieved, disgraced, humiliated, outraged, shamed, and affronted.

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