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Definition of "calumniator" [ca•lum•ni•a•tor]

  • A person who calumniates. (noun)

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Use "calumniator" in a sentence
  • ""'There is another deity,' continued Har, 'reckoned in the number of the Æsir, whom some call the calumniator of the gods, the contriver of all fraud and mischief, and the disgrace of gods and men."
  • "Calumniate is to be preferred as the verb, because the perpetrator can then be called a calumniator, which has a zestier flavor than calumnizer and avoids the calumnist/columnist confusion."
  • "There is another deity who is described as the calumniator of the gods and the contriver of all fraud and mischief."