badmouth

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MR AHMED, no one badmouths his/her mother and that is what precisely you have done saying bad things about India.
For Britney, 11, the worst part of her parents' fighting is when her mother badmouths her father.
He has also been offered pounds 100,000 by a daily newspaper to come home to the country he badmouths at every chance.
Everyone badmouths The May Report, but everyone reads it.
If there were a true environmental recipe for How to Raise a Big Italian Opera Queen Designer-Director Who Reveres English-Speaking Nations and Badmouths Gay Rights, you could do no better then the nurturing offered Zeffirelli's young surrogate, Luca.
The people who come out the worst in the book are the White House chief of staff, Mack McLarty, who is portrayed as being weak and completely out of his depth; Paul Begala, the campaign strategist, who badmouths many of his associates when they aren't listening (but Woodward is); and David Boren, the senator from Oklahoma, one of several vacillating legislators who nearly killed Clinton's budget plan in 1993.
Anybody who badmouths the Quartz Hill coach, you know they don't know anything about basketball.
She goes to church two or three times a week and I've been told she's a living saint, but at home she badmouths everyone.