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Definition of "slanderous" [slan•der•ous]

  • Both untrue and harmful to a reputation. (adjective)

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Use "slanderous" in a sentence
  • "The Vatican denounced what it called a "slanderous campaign" against the Roman Catholic Church over the actions of Pope Pius XII during the Holocaust."
  • "Criticize the stands on issues as you like, but to characterize Jeff in slanderous terms is both patently false and an affront to those who choose to read your blog."
  • "Means "slanderous" - suggests that the ancient devil defamed people through word and deed"