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Defamer  n.  One who defames; a slanderer; a detractor; a calumniator.

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"Defamer" Quotes from Famous Books

... believe and act up to the lessons taught by reason and history, that England is our interested and implacable enemy—a tyrant to her dependants—a calumniator of her neighbours, and both the despot and defamer of Ireland for near seven centuries. Mutual respect for conscience, an avoidance of polemics, concession to each other, defiance to the foe, and the extension of our foreign relations, are our duty, and should be our endeavour. Vigour and policy within ...
— Thomas Davis, Selections from his Prose and Poetry • Thomas Davis

... is not by nature of a meek disposition, extremely angry. Indeed, notwithstanding all that I could do, he left his London house under an hour ago with a whip of hippopotamus hide such as the Egyptians call a koorbash, purposing to avenge himself upon the person of his defamer. In order to prevent a public scandal, however, I have taken the liberty of telephoning to that gentleman, who, bold and vicious as he may be in print, is physically small and, I should say, of a timid character, ...
— Queen Sheba's Ring • H. Rider Haggard

Words linked to "Defamer" :   backbiter, depreciator, disparager, slanderer, vilifier, traducer, libeler

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