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  • n. Plural form of vilifier.


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  • Among the vilifiers was Cigna's own former head of corporate communications, Wendell Potter, who became a high-profile champion of ObamaCare.

    Get Briefed: David Cordani

  • As he wrote his name again and again, working down the pile, he talked of the “vilifiers” who wanted to tear the country apart.

    Truman Fires MacArthur

  • The pro-video vitriol almost matches in irrationality the hysteria of the video's vilifiers.

    Lee Rosenbaum: "Hide/Seek" Gamesmanship: National Portrait Gallery Is Wrong Target

  • Ferociously vilified by the powerful Communist cultural apparat in Paris, Kravchenko sued one of the vilest vilifiers and eventually won symbolic damages, despite a long line of celebrated personages who ­testified in court that no labor camps existed in Russia.

    The View From the Inside

  • Having failed as a politi - cian, Lamartine, toward the end of his life, turned into one of Plato's vilifiers, but this scarcely belongs to the history of literature.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • United States; for I believed that _my_ denial would only add sarcastic venom to the scandal of vilifiers.

    Captain Canot or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver

  • He must return an affirmative answer to all these questions in order to make it out that his State will be degraded and humiliated by ratifying the amendment; and the necessity of the measure is therefore proved by the motives known to prompt the attacks of its vilifiers.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 107, September, 1866

  • Let us watch with jealous care the honor of our country, and scorn the aspersions of its vilifiers.

    The Right of American Slavery

  • Of course, these vilifiers of their own country were loud in their denunciations of me, but the prospect of losing the protection of their passports kept many of these men from open and treasonable denunciation of their own country.

    My Four Years in Germany

  • Several years later he resumed his anti-Semitic agitation and became one of the most vicious vilifiers of the Jewish people on the eve of the notorious Beilis affair which was staged by the Russian government for the purpose of discrediting the Jews and of justifying the Russian governmental anti-Jewish policy before the world.

    The History of a Lie 'The Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion'


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