from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a libelous manner.


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  • The comment, she complains in a court filing, has libelously dashed her "hopes of establishing herself as a premier adult entertainer in Georgia."

    Lawsuits Fly Over Mean Online Reviews

  • I don†™ t know said show, but ever since the Pentagon has been gutted, from Shinseki all the way down to nameless clerks, since foreign agents were able to set up shop (e.g. Feith) to organize a war in their master†™ s (non-American, but Middle Eastern) interests, and the good name of true patriots like Zinni has been libelously drawn through the mud in the process, what did anyone really expect?

    Think Progress » BREAKING: Barber Cancels Ed Schultz’s Debut on Armed Forces Radio

  • And they were mum when subsequent articles and books by Ross Gelbspan libelously labeled scientists who differed with Mr. Gore as stooges of the fossil-fuel industry.

    Alexander et al 2007 « Climate Audit

  • But the bonus reason for reading Luke's blog is so you can then read the libelously hilarious "Luke Ford Fan Blog."

    Luke Ford Interviews Ronald Bailey

  • I think I would scarcely mind if I were depicted as a person completely different from what I am, even libelously so.

    Maigret's Memoirs

  • Hundreds of other beetles, most of them labeled libelously or scatologically, patterned the wall all around the room.

    Curtains for the editor

  • Raffles and Arsene Lupin, I should be "wanted" by the police, those good-natured, deferential beings so given to saluting and grinning, with whom, save for occasional episodes not unconnected with the speed laws, -- Dunny says libelously that my progress in an automobile resembles

    The Firefly of France

  • She was well aware of that and she was also aware that the charge you laid against her was almost libelously mistaken.

    The Kingdom Round the Corner A Novel

  • Murray says in the suit that the group falsely - and therefore libelously - stated that she lives and works in Detroit, supports out of town landlords instead of locals, misused $40,000 in tax money and is under investigation for lying about working in Detroit.

    Boston Business News - Local Boston News | Boston Business Journal

  • You were the one who started all this when you accused me (libelously) of stealing specks from the NYC Board of Election in 2000.

    Room Eight


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