- to vilify
- The article is an attempt to defame an honest man.
- She's always running her husband down in public.I'm surprised he puts up with it.
- Two newspapers did avery effective hatchet job on the Prime Minister's achievements.
- He claims he was slandered at the meeting.
- She likes to malign innocent persons.
- Semiconductor manufacturing international corp china's largest contract chipmaker has filed a lawsuit in a beijing court against global foundry sector leader taiwan semiconductor manufacturing over alleged "unfair competition" and "commercial defamation".
- A libel tending to asperse or vilify the house of commons
- And the adulation of his admirers is perhaps no less capricious than the disparagement of his detractors
- Don't blacken his good name by spreading lies.
- The dalai lama vilifies the present human rights situation in tibet.
- Denigrate: to attack the character or reputation of; speak ill of; defame.
- Denigrate sb's character achievements etc
- Charges of defamation of character slander and libel.
- And as much as the d.a.wants to besmirch her character
- To discredit unjustly; malign.