Word – Calumniate
Calumniate – Word of the Day
[Verb]: make false and defamatory statements about.
History dates back to the mid15th century. Debated of Latin origin
From Latin calumniatus; past participle of calumniari; From calumnia
1. Verb examples – Calumniate:
1. The politician was calumniated by his rival.
2. The opposition has been calumniating the ruling party for long.
3. The journalist was warned for calumniating the actor.
4. The company was calumniated by the agitated union.
5. There is ample evidence that the lawyer was not calumniated, but was rightly attacked for his misdeeds.
6. Some people take pleasure in calumniating the rich people .
7. John resigned because somebody calumniated him.
8. Sita was fined for calumniating the hospital.
9. It is not a surprise that Rita is calumniating Sita. They don’t like each other.
10. “You’re digging your own ground when you’re calumniating someone”.
2. Adjective examples – Calumniable:
1. The rival’s accusations against the politician are calumniable.
2. The actor filed a lawsuit against the publication of a calumniable report on him.
3. “I’m making it clear that I did not say anything calumniable”.
4. Rich people are threatened by calumniable reports to extort money from them.
5. The judge knew that John’s arguments were calumniable.
3. Noun examples – Calumniation:
1. The rival’s calumniation troubled the politician.
2. The calumniation of the opposition was a big headache to the ruling party.
3. The actor filed a lawsuit against the journalist’s calumniation.
4. The agitated union’s calumniation against the company was ignored by the CEO.
5. There is ample evidence that it is not a calumniation, but the truth.
6. Calumniation of rich people is not a joke.
7. Calumniation caused John to resign his well paid job.
8. The judge fined Sita for her calumniation of the hospital.
9. Rita’s calumniation of Sita received no support from the hostel mates.
10. Calumniation is equivalent to digging one’s own grave.