Calumniation



to make false and malicious statements about; slander.
Historical Examples

Epistle Sermons, Vol. II Martin Luther
Love for Love William Congreve
Drake, Nelson and Napoleon Walter Runciman
The Consolation of Philosophy Boethius

verb
(transitive) to slander
n.
v.

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