traducing (Meaning)

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

of Traduce

traducing Sentence Examples

  1. The politician's opponents traduced his reputation with baseless accusations.
  2. The tabloids relentlessly traduced the celebrity's personal life, publishing salacious rumors.
  3. The history books traduced the role of women in society, relegating them to a subsidiary position.
  4. The rival company spread malicious gossip in an attempt to traduce our business.
  5. The jury was instructed to disregard the traducing statements made by the witness.
  6. The gossip columnist traduced the fashion icon's style, claiming she was out of touch.
  7. The author was accused of traducing historical events in pursuit of a sensational storyline.
  8. The media's portrayal of the victim was widely criticized as traducing their experience.
  9. The political campaign was marred by traducing attacks from both sides.
  10. The art critic's harsh review traduced the artist's talent, causing widespread controversy.

FAQs About the word traducing

of Traduce

vilifying, spiteful, objectionable,maligning, invidious, hateful, malicious,disparaging, unflattering, denigratory

appreciative, appreciative, favorable, complimentary,favorable, complimentary, sound, eulogistic, correct, right

The politician's opponents traduced his reputation with baseless accusations.

The tabloids relentlessly traduced the celebrity's personal life, publishing salacious rumors.

The history books traduced the role of women in society, relegating them to a subsidiary position.

The rival company spread malicious gossip in an attempt to traduce our business.