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  • n. Plural form of slander.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slander.


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  • Tales of a Haitian rebel-voodun connection were also prevalent among US slaveowners in the early 1800s so Robertson may be dredging up slanders from a really disreputable source.

    Matthew Yglesias » Did Haiti Form a Pact With the Devil?

  • But isn't the Good Mother ideal more of a prison, a straitjacket, than any number of so-called slanders against motherhood?

    Bad Women Make Me Feel Good

  • And I'll say it again: if someone "slanders" you, the appropriate response is to publicize a refutation, not try to get them fired.

    Mindark, I’m sorry…

  • But then he bursts into an attack on North American "slanders" about violations of human rights, calling them "disgusting lies."

    Four Days with Fidel: A Havana Diary

  • • Best defenders: Fifa ExCo members on the "slanders" against Sepp's process:

    The Guardian World News

  • What's difficult is coming out, because as soon as a woman "slanders" a respected and beloved man, she will be punished worse than the abuse she already suffers, by people who won't believe her, and by her husband. here about the full quiver people.

    Women's Space

  • Captain Hall’s statements are called slanders, nor is it from such that I shall meet the abuse which I well know these pages will inevitably draw upon me; and I only trust I may be able to muster as much self-denial as my predecessor, who asserts in his recently published “Fragments,” that he has read none of the

    Domestic Manners of the Americans

  • "slanders" opponents of abortion and critics of illegal immigration, he said.

    Pat Dollard | Young Americans

  • LOL — you tell me, Anthony, since you keep harping on who I am: how do you figure the guy whose been doing that work for nearly 30 years fits your deranged slanders?

    Matthew Yglesias » For Democrats, Even a 2010 Win Will Feel Like a Loss

  • The irony, of course, is that many of the same slanders leveled at the Catholic Church are now leveled at Islam in America.

    Eboo Patel: Newt Gingrich: A Catholic Running Against Islam?


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