CALUMNY

CALUMNY

calumny (kal-[schwa]m-nee), n. Archaic.

1. The act of maliciously misrepresenting someone’s words or actions in a way that is calculated to injure that person’s reputation.

2. A false charge or imputation. ¡ª calumnious (k[schwa]-l[schwa]m-nee-[schwa]s), adj. ¡ª calumniator (k[ schwa]-l[schwa]m-nee-ay-t[schwa]r), n.


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