Malign in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Malign

to say unpleasant things about someone or something, usually unfairly

Examples of Malign in a sentence

By spreading the cruel rumor, my sister hoped to malign her ex-boyfriend. ðŸ”Š

Because Jack was angry about losing his job, he tried to malign his former employer to anyone who would listen.  ðŸ”Š

Although the attorney was upset about the judge’s decision, he did not malign the judicial system when he talked to the media. ðŸ”Š

When I was a child, my mother told me it was not nice to malign others because I would hate it if people talked unfairly about me.  ðŸ”Š

Do not malign me simply because you are jealous of my wealth!  ðŸ”Š

Because the candidate was worried about losing the election, he encouraged his staff to openly malign his opponents.  ðŸ”Š

Jessica decided to malign the other contestants to ensure she would win the beauty pageant.  ðŸ”Š

Even though the singer has served her jail time, the press continues to malign her on a daily basis.  ðŸ”Š

Although Michael probably should malign his ex-wife for cheating on him, he refuses to say a bad thing about her.  ðŸ”Š

People who malign others by telling falsehoods are usually unhappy with their own lives.  ðŸ”Š

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