calumniation calumniation


  • (n) a false accusation of an offense or a malicious misrepresentation of someone's words or actions


  1. Bacon's is flypaper, and innumerable claims stick to it: over the past 40 years it has attracted extremes of praise and calumniation.
  2. Southern cookery has inspired more versification, disputation and calumniation than gin, politics or pulchritude.
  3. You have heaped upon Sharon, an illustrious field commander and visionary leader, scorn, calumniation and apparent libel.
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