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Definition of "calumniated" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of calumniate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "calumniated" in a sentence
  • "Note the underlying gender feminist assumptions: 1. women are victims where sex is concerned; men are never raped or taken advantage of sexually or in relationship, 2. all accusations are true; and if contested, you become calumniated as an accessory or a Neanderthal in need of re-education."
  • "These released e-mails prove that Mann and Jones deliberately lied about their alleged data and calumniated McIntyre and organised a campaign to sideline him, and that McIntyre was right all along."
  • "In bringing it under the notice of the House, he had merely spoken in defense of his constituents, who had been most grossly calumniated, and he thought that what he had said would go very far to exculpate them."
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