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Synonyms for slanderously

in a false and slanderous and defamatory manner


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Some minutes later one of Gemma's rough-shod rambler companions - "the Bobble-hat Brigade", as the Byreman calls them - arrived to slanderously assert that police were on the scene, possibly "arresting an elderly man", a classic example of the journalistic hazards of reporting a single source, unchecked.
The author of the article clearly doesn't understand, and clearly hasn't listened to the tongue-in-cheek lyrics of Megadeth, and he has slanderously portrayed the band as something they're not in his obvious project to attack whomever he feels in the local government has misused taxpayer dollars.
'Why not say--as some slanderously claim that we say--'Let us do evil that good may result'?
The fanatic supporters of the AK Party slanderously call GE-len and the Hizmet movement the "manservants of the US." Would they start to behave with some fairness if they took a look at what Erdoy-an and his colleagues have said and done in the past, and what their past connections were?
Many Yemeni critics think that the series is employed to portray Yemenis slanderously as terrorists.
One could conjecture that Oedipus was encouraged as a youth to accept such creative, and more favorable, renderings of his name by parents uncomfortable with all that the cognomen "Swellfoot" slanderously implied: abandonment, exposure, and adoption.
"She and her party slanderously campaigned against the Left Front government, during that time they had a pact, now somehow that pact is disrupted.