Calumny in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Calumny

a false statement made to damage someone’s reputation

Examples of Calumny in a sentence

While the film was supposed to be a true story about the actress, it came across as a huge calumny that was produced to tarnish the star’s reputation. 🔊

Although Charles does not personally like Henry, he is not the type of person to spread a calumny about his enemy. 🔊

The best way for you to defend yourself against calumny is by ignoring the false statements of others. 🔊

When Jane’s ex-husband tried to make a calumny about her in court, the judge ordered him to be quiet. 🔊

The president refused to respond to his rival’s calumny that he lied about his fundraising activities. 🔊

In his tell-all book, the actor made a calumny about his former agent’s love of gambling. 🔊

When Jeremy felt he was about to get in trouble, he would often distract his parents with a calumny about his older brother. 🔊

Which of my so-called friends would start a calumny about me in order to steal my boyfriend? 🔊

The quarterback started a calumny about the coach as payback for being benched during the championship game. 🔊

The editor refused to publish the calumny that could possibly destroy the politician’s career. 🔊

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