Did you perchance mean libelled?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See libeler, libelist.
- n. One who libels.
- to libel + -er (Wiktionary)
“Monthly Magazine for September 1823, and have little doubt of making the libeller either look very silly or retract his slander.”
“If he apologizes, he admits to being wrong (very hard for someone with an ego as big as his to do), becomes a confessed libeller (not to mention a laughingstock), faces some damages and sees his credibility as would-be pundit take a big hit.”
“Nous vous remercions également de nous envoyer un acompte de 30% et de libeller votre chèque à l'intention de Caroline Plovier et de l'envoyer dès maintenant à Caroline Plovier, 4 rue Martel, 75010 PARIS.”
“Nous vous remercions également de nous envoyer un accompte de 30% et de libeller votre chèque à l'intention de Caroline Plovier et de l'envoyer dès maintenant à Caroline Plovier, 4 rue Martel, 75010 PARIS.”
“The alleged libeller has to prove what they said was true.”
“Aristophanes, books of grossest infamy, and also for commending the latter of them, though he were the malicious libeller of his chief friends, to be read by the tyrant Dionysius, who had little need of such trash to spend his time on?”
“The libeller adds that he suspects that Fontenelle never performed the duties of a Christian but out of contempt for”
“Yet Walter so idealised the pretty child whom he had found wandering in the rough streets, and so identified her with her innocent gratitude of that night and the simplicity and truth of its expression, that he blushed for himself as a libeller when he argued that she could ever grow proud.”
“I am only surprised that so vile a libeller as yourself should be allowed to preside at the Dramatic Fund dinner on the 22nd instant.”
“Personalities will lead to libels even when the libeller has been most innocent.”
‘libeller’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for libeller.