rumors full of slander.
a malicious, false, and defamatory statement or report:
a slander against his good name.
Law. defamation by oral utterance rather than by writing, pictures, etc.
verb (used with object)
to utter slander against; defame.
verb (used without object)
to utter or circulate slander.
defamation in some transient form, as by spoken words, gestures, etc
a slanderous statement, etc
any false or defamatory words spoken about a person; calumny
to utter or circulate slander (about)
language A small but highly functional embedded interpreter. S-Lang was a stack-based postfix language resembling Forth and BC/DC with limited support for infix notation. Now it has a C-like infix syntax. Arrays, stings, integers, floating-point and autoloading are all suported. The editor JED embeds S-lang. S-Lang is available under the GNU Library General Public License. […]
noun 1. very informal usage in vocabulary and idiom that is characteristically more metaphorical, playful, elliptical, vivid, and ephemeral than ordinary language, as Hit the road. 2. (in English and some other languages) speech and writing characterized by the use of vulgar and socially taboo vocabulary and idiomatic expressions. 3. the jargon of a particular […]
- Slanging match
noun 1. (Brit) a dispute in which insults and accusations are made by each party against the other noun an extended exchange of verbal abuse Examples The slanging match continued to show no sign of calming down. Word Origin 1856 Usage Note UK, Canada
noun 1. slang; a vocabulary of slang. 2. language employing much slang. slam the door on slanguage slangy language