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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of slander.


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  • HE would not have to endure the agony of breaking loose from the cold grasp of the grave to come back to life and find his name slandered, and his vacant place filled up by a usurper.

    Vendetta: a story of one forgotten

  • : Having your name slandered left and right can't be easy, but when all this groove talk fell on Lefty, he took it like a man.

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  • I didn’t feel I could continue to be attacked and have my name slandered.

    Still Kicking

  • I read my name slandered by people I don't even fucking KNOW, and I can't defend myself, because I believe in honor and trust.

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  • Many times in recent months Washington had seen his name grossly slandered and his character blasted in print, but this publication might go further than all others in damage to his reputation.


  • Rather than whine about how Lamont supporters "slandered" Liebermann, why not talk more about how Joe really does vote Democrat?

    Lieberman Says He Won't Rule Out Flipping To GOP; Dems Applaud

  • Anyhow, I just hate to see anyone’s name slandered without just cause.

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  • Mary endeavored to pacify him, by saying that she spoke from information; and she begged him to give thenceforth no more credit to such as slandered her, than she should to such as accused him.

    The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.I., Part D. From Elizabeth to James I.

  • And in November, "It has come to notice of The Spokesman that some people who do not like the policy of the paper, or the publishers, either borrow, beg or steal a copy of the paper every week in order to see what the news is, and whether the paper has 'slandered' any one."

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  • Mickelson didn't mention McCarron by name yesterday after his third round at Torrey Pines, but he used the word "slandered" numerous times when talking about the attacks on him in recent days.

    Fore, right!


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