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  • n. Plural form of libeler.

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Examples

  • I see, by the way, that I have to take back my statement yesterday about the CHRC abandoning Dean Steacy to the libelers and defamers -- Lynch did rise to his defence in her article, if not in a particularly spirited fashion.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • To the 22 Democrats that rebuked the liars and libelers at moveon.

    Reso Condemning MoveOn Passes Overwhelmingly, With Lots Of Dems

  • As things stand, it would be more accurate to think of 2008 as Rove v Schrum III; the fear mongering libelers versus the haughty, multiple position taker.

    Bill Curry: Not Again

  • Please allow me a moment to say that the self-hating Jew libelers, those Suicidebaums, are the ones actually supporting a policy and course of action that is destructive both to Jews and to Israel.

    Jeff Dorchen: The Suicidebaums and the Self-Hating Jews

  • Receveur was not authorized to go that high; so he finally returned to Paris, confounded by his inability to cope with the tricks of the libelers (they led him on a merry chase through pubs and bookshops) and the customs of the English (they spoke an impossible language and had strange notions such as habeas corpus, trial by jury, and freedom of the press).

    Finding a Lost Prince of Bohemia

  • Most of the French libelers in London had received their basic training as hack writers in the literary underground of Paris and crossed the Channel in order to escape the Bastille.

    Finding a Lost Prince of Bohemia

  • But no one thinks that we have come to learn some of the things advised by some libelers or wise men of the reactionary ideological theories who say that "it is good that we have come to learn of elections, or congress, of certain freedoms of the press, etcetera."

    RALLY IN SANTIAGO

  • States; should with her ill-gotten gains fly across the ocean, to join the slanderers, denunciators and libelers of our beloved country?

    A Review of Uncle Tom's Cabin or, An Essay on Slavery

  • The draft riots of New York and elsewhere these croakers and libelers are alone responsible for.

    The Citizen-Soldier or, Memoirs of a Volunteer

  • No argument can be drawn from any of the observations, which I have addressed to you for impunity to libelers and defamers of private character.

    A Sketch of the Life of the late Henry Cooper Barrister-at-Law, of the Norfolk Circuit; as also, of his Father

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