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  • noun Plural form of aspersion.

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Examples

  • Now, I do find it interesting that while you fling profanity and cast aspersions, that is your defense, yet, you cannot answer some simple question yourself, which shows a dishonesty in your method of argumentation.

    Hertzberg: Lyndon Who? | Jewschool

  • He also defended himself against Journal editor-in-chief Robert Thomson's initial statement that he cast "aspersions" on the Journal and its reporters.

    Bill Keller Responds to the Journal's Latest Accusation

  • He also defended himself against Journal editor-in-chief Robert Thomson's initial statement that he cast "aspersions" on the Journal and its reporters.

    Bill Keller Responds to the Journal's Latest Accusation

  • But the company said it was no longer taking bets on the new manager to prevent "aspersions" being cast.

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  • But the company said it was no longer taking bets on the new manager to prevent "aspersions" being cast.

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  • "aspersions" it cast upon them, and begged that such might be "forborne for the future."

    The Life of John Milton Volume 3 1643-1649

  • Physicians were astounded to note that in a 'talking-head' slot on the BBC Today programme this morning, Mr Robinson appeared to have grown a pair of testicles, enabling him to cast aspersions on the comments made on the Programme by Ed Balls MP.

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  • Physicians were astounded to note that in a 'talking-head' slot on the BBC Today programme this morning, Mr Robinson appeared to have grown a pair of testicles, enabling him to cast aspersions on the comments made on the Programme by Ed Balls MP.

    BBC's Robinson in Medical Miracle Marvel

  • Equally troubling has been "professional plaintiffs' class action lawyers'" ability to have the judiciary cast aspersions on objectors' counsel for engaging in a litigation/business strategy not dissimilar from the litigation/business strategy of "professional plaintiffs' class action lawyers."

    Lawrence W. Schonbrun: Wikipedia Wars

  • Many who post do indeed cast aspersions on various public figures.

    Will you be camped out at your local bookstore for your copy of “Going Rogue?” « Dating Jesus

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