Synonym: discredit, libel, slur, smear. Antonym: eulogize. Similar words: trial and error, island, under, wander, render, gender, ponder, hinder. Meaning: ['slændər /'slɑːndə] n. 1. words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another 2. 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.
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2 Dr. Bach is now suing the company for slander.
3 a reputation that was besmirched by slander.
4 He was found guilty of slander against his employers.
5 The doctor is suing his partner for slander.
6 Mr White countercharged Mr Smith with slander.
7 I can sue you for slander.
8 The article is a slander on ordinary working people.
9 You ought to kick back at such malicious slander.
10 He threatened to go public with the slander.
11 Alexander got a malignant slander.
12 He is being sued for slander .
13 He's suing them for slander.
14 A slander is not actionable unless it is published to a third person.
15 Many teachers saw the statement as a gross slander on their profession.
16 She regarded his comment as a slander on her good reputation.
17 Johnson's arguments range from ridiculous to borderline slander.
18 Courts in some states treat slander and libel differently.
19 The speeches were full of vituperation and slander.
20 And that statement is not meant to slander anybody.
21 Each pledged to desist from slander,(www.Sentencedict.com) vilification and acts of sabotage.
22 The slander spread like wildfire and was only checked when the drunk who invented it confessed in a magistrates court.
23 Of course he'd sue me for slander if l made the accusation publicly.
24 It addresses such questions as: Can a teacher who ridicules students be found guilty of slander?
25 Also patron of bridges, detraction, discretion, and silence; he is invoked against slander.
26 Later, he learned that he was being sued for slander.
27 Dramatists or actors whose work is maliciously booed or hissed off the stage would sue their tormentors for slander rather than libel.
28 What constitutional considerations apply in cases of libel or slander?
29 After the song, Heather used the little inspirational talk to slander Miss Poole.
30 He who knows how to flatter also knows how to slander. Napoleon Bonaparte
More similar words: trial and error, island, under, wander, render, gender, ponder, hinder, sender, tender, clandestine, founder, commander, plunder, undergo, under way, thunder, underway, offender, come under, defender, undercut, cylinder, engender, reminder, fall under, wanderlust, undertake, undermine, understand.