Libel in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Libel

the act of printing a false statement about somebody that gives people a negative opinion of them

Examples of Libel in a sentence

As a writer of celebrity biographies, you need to be extremely careful to get your facts straight before you publish so that you can’t be sued for libel.  πŸ”Š

Although no one really believes them, the things she wrote about me in her book are pure libel.  πŸ”Š

If we didn’t have laws against libel, anyone could fall victim to malicious stories about them in print or on the internet.  πŸ”Š

Because the character in the story was obviously not based on her, the former movie star was basically laughed out of court when the judge determined that she had no grounds for libel.  πŸ”Š

I told Troy that I would sue him for libel if he posted that embarrassing picture of us on his Facebook page.  πŸ”Š

Since people today are so lawsuit-happy, be very careful not to libel anyone when you’re writing your book.  πŸ”Š

As a writer for a tabloid, Frank keeps an attorney on retainer because he is always likely to libel some celebrity or politician just to sell newspapers.  πŸ”Š

When her ex-husband chose to libel her name and reputation in a tell-all book, Irene decided to sue him for all he was worth.  πŸ”Š

The girls wanted revenge against the volleyball coach for punishing them, so they wrote an editorial to libel her in the school newspaper.  πŸ”Š

Rod has a bit of a vicious streak in him, and it’s nothing for him to libel even his best friend if there’s anything in it for him.  πŸ”Š

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