from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a slanderous manner; in a manner that causes slander; in a false and defamatory way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a slanderous manner; with slander; calumniously; with false and malicious report.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a false and slanderous and defamatory manner; with slander or calumny
Others have also questioned whether overzealous activists risk slanderously and erroneously accusing people of fraud because of missing or misprinted military documents.
Finally, I've decided that if pro-life people are allowed to slanderously refer to pro-choice individuals as "pro-death" or "pro-abortion", then we should get to refer to you as "pro-unwanted children" and "pro-poverty".
If “evolutionists” really did find no value in life, as creationists slanderously claim, why on earth would evolutionists bother to study life, let alone find enough interest get a tattoo the family tree of a taxon of finches?
Now some Persians spoke slanderously to Chosroes concerning Sarbaros, namely that the latter was on the side of the Romans and railed at him.
Even if Annie wasn't slanderously accused of being a witch two centuries ago, why not slanderously accuse her of it now?
They declared that all the Five Thousand were in turn to have a share in the administration; 90 and that the families of the sailors were not being outraged, as Chaereas slanderously reported, or in any way molested; they were living quietly in their several homes.
But I have been always the same in all my actions, public as well as private, and never have I yielded any base compliance to those who are slanderously termed my disciples, or to any other.
Others have suggested that Jesus is slanderously called “son of a Panther” in reference to the wild and lustful nature of his real father.
And youâ€™ve done it slanderously yourself, because I actually just speak in a normal voice without malice.
He was slanderously convicted of hiding dynamite and was subjected to beatings and inhuman tortures.
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