Defame

• (v. t.) To charge; to accuse. • (n.) Dishonor. • (v. t.) To harm or destroy the good fame or reputation of; to disgrace; especially, to speak evil of maliciously; to dishonor by slanderous reports; to calumniate; to asperse. • (v. t.) To render infamous; to bring into disrepute.
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defame

slander verb charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone; `The journalists have defamed me!` `The article in the paper sullied my reputation`
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Defame

De·fame' noun Dishonor. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Defame

De·fame' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Defamed ; present participle & verbal noun Defaming .] [ Middle English defamen , diffamen , from French diffamer , or Old French perhaps defamer , from...
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defame

charge falsely or with malicious intent
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defame

defame 1. To attack someone, or someone`s reputation, character, or good name by making slanderous or libelous statements. 2. To charge someone falsely or with malicious intent.
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defame

[v] - charge falsely or with malicious intent
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