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slanders, plural;
  1. Make false and damaging statements about (someone)
    • - they were accused of slandering the head of state
  1. The action or crime of making a false spoken statement damaging to a person's reputation
    • - he is suing the TV network for slander
  2. A false and malicious spoken statement
    • - I've had just about all I can stomach of your slanders

  1. defame: 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"
  2. words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another
  3. aspersion: an abusive attack on a person's character or good name
  4. (slanderous) calumniatory: (used of statements) harmful and often untrue; tending to discredit or malign
  5. Defamation—also called calumny, vilification, slander (for transitory statements), and libel (for written, broadcast, or otherwise published words)—is the communication of a statement that makes a claim, expressly stated or implied to be factual, that may give an individual, business, product, ...
  6. (Slanderous (song)) The Blackening is the sixth album by American heavy metal band Machine Head. Recorded in a period of four months, the writing process began in early 2005, and recording concluded in late 2006, the album was released March 26, 2007. ...
  7. a false, malicious statement (spoken or published), especially one which is injurious to a person's reputation; the making of such a statement; to utter a slanderous statement
  8. (slanderous) Both untrue and harmful to a reputation
  9. The oral utterance or spreading of falsehood harmful to another's reputation. Libel is written; slander is spoken.
  10. To dream that you are slandered, is a sign of your untruthful dealings with ignorance. If you slander any one, you will feel the loss of friends through selfishness.
  11. Defamatory (false and injurious) oral statements or gestures.
  12. Something said about a person (for example at a public meeting) that is proven to be false and damaging to their reputation (See also Defamation and Libel)
  13. The tongue of slander kills three: him who is slandered, him who slanders, and him who listens.
  14. Defamation of a person's character or reputation through false or malicious oral statements. (Compare libel.)
  15. Spoken defamation which tends to injure a person's reputation. (See libel.)
  16. Slander is a serious sin in Judaism, even if the disparaging comment is true. See Speech and Lashon Ha-Ra.
  17. The publication of defamatory material in non-permanent form. See also: defamation, libel.
  18. A form of defamation communicated by speech, as opposed to print. In order for an action to lie for slander, the plaintiff must prove (1) the thing said was false, (2) it was communicated to others, and (3) the plaintiff suffered some genuine injury as a result.
  19. Slander is oral defamation, untrue words said aloud as opposed to written down.
  20. An older term for the spoken form of defamation. Compare with libel.
  21. Untrue spoken statement which damages someone’s character.
  22. The act or offence of saying something false or malicious that damages somebody’s reputation.
  23. slander is defaming another orally. Libel is writing it down.
  24. False and defamatory spoken words tending to harm another’s reputation, business, or means of livelihood. Slander is spoken defamation; libel is published.
  25. Spoken defamation conveying an unfavorable impression about an individual and harming that person?s reputation.