backbite backbite  /ˈbæk ˌbaɪt/


  • (v) say mean things


  1. Diana could spin one delicious backbite like that into a column.
  2. These females gossip, backbite, succumb regularly to the rhythmic fluctuations of their metabolisms.
  3. F-Dairi: They would ex-communicate me and backbite me.


  1. "Kenneth Kaunda is very honest. Even when he was talking, he was not talking because he wanted to backbite Chiluba, no! After all Rupiah is his brother-in-law. When Kaunda met Fred he was remembering his detention at Kamwala Remand Prison and...
    on Jun 9, 2010 By: Michael Sata Source:

  2. "I've never been through a year like this. This has definitely been a year with some real low points," Brian Dawkins said. "For guys to hang together, to stick together, to not point fingers, to not backbite each other, it says a lot."
    on Dec 31, 2006 By: Brian Dawkins Source: San Jose Mercury News

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