vilifier


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Synonyms for vilifier

one who attacks the reputation of another by slander or libel

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General Musharraf is not an apocalyptic zealot like Osama bin Laden, an erratic recluse like North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Il, or a public vilifier of America, like Iran's ruling clerics.
"Lesbian, gay, bisexual, anc transgender people have been vilifier by presidents and political leaders which has led to a culture of intolerance," said Paula Ettelbrick, executive director of IGLHRC.
For a people as systematically vilified as black Americans have been, any advantage over the vilifier is bound to exert a certain attraction.
We may get the careless impression that the furor is mainly about statues--say, of Confederate heroes, who have attracted their own contingent of vilifiers. It is not.
If she were simply an outsider, it might sound like an academic or advocate seeking to vilify the for-profit sector, which has no shortage of vilifiers.
Without realising the fact that most of these deaths occurred due to natural causes the vilifiers were quick to trumpet the "large number of Indian casualties in Qatar" and tie it up with the 2022 World Cup's "poor victims".