maligning (Meaning)

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maligning (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Malign

maligning Sentence Examples

  1. The politician's opponents maliciously slandered his character.
  2. The newspaper article contained malicious accusations designed to malign the mayor's reputation.
  3. The social media post blatantly maligned the company, causing a loss of trust.
  4. The critic's review was filled with maligning remarks that unjustly damaged the artist's credibility.
  5. The lawsuit alleged that the defendant had engaged in a systematic campaign to malign the plaintiff.
  6. The prosecutor presented evidence of emails that proved the suspect had been maligning the victim online.
  7. The gossip columnist's article was full of maligning insinuations that left the reader wondering if the rumors were true.
  8. The employee was fired after it was discovered they had been maligning their colleagues to superiors.
  9. The company's response to the maligning accusations was measured and professional, but it did little to stem the damage.
  10. The police investigation found no evidence to support the maligning allegations against the accused.

FAQs About the word maligning

of Malign

defaming, smearing,defamation, libelling, libel, libeling, character assassination, blackening, attack, contempt

praise, honor, commendation, applause, praise, honor, applause, esteem, respect, commendation

The politician's opponents maliciously slandered his character.

The newspaper article contained malicious accusations designed to malign the mayor's reputation.

The social media post blatantly maligned the company, causing a loss of trust.

The critic's review was filled with maligning remarks that unjustly damaged the artist's credibility.