- n words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
- n an abusive attack on a person's character or good name
- v charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone
- Bedford said that the book made insinuations about his character that amounted to slander and he was not going to take it lying down.
- Are radio's scandalmongers committing libel when they broadcast defamatory remarks from a scriptor is it just slander? Until last week this was a wide-open legal question.
- The complaint charged them with slander in their coverage in May of Dissident Zviad Gamsakhurdia's purported confession of anti-Soviet activities, even though their dispatches .
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- Stockton’s Mayor Breaks Silence over Sexual Misconduct Allegations
STOCKTON— Mayor Anthony Silva says the allegations about an incident between him and a 19-year-old woman aren’t true. “There’s no place for slander. People think because you run for office, you stick out your neck, that it’s okay. But it’s …
June 12, 2013 - FOX40 Sacramento
- Nicolas Sarkozy in Politically Illustrated (blog)
I would love it so much if the country could excite itself over the big problems ...... rather than to get wrapped up in the first horror, a slander with only one goal, to smear with no basis in reality,said Mr. Sarkozy, responding to what...
- Francois Fillon in Vancouver Sun
This is slander, this is a systematic destabilization campaign,Prime Minister Francois Fillon said. "We will not be intimidated by these methods and I want to say that those who are involved in this manhunt, or slanderous accusations,...
- Nino Burjanadze in Bangkok Post
Every word about me was malicious slander and I will sue both Imedi television and the authorities,said Burjanadze, who heads the Democratic Movement-United Georgia party.