vilification (Meaning)

Wordnet

vilification (n)

slanderous defamation

a rude expression intended to offend or hurt

Webster

vilification (n.)

The act of vilifying or defaming; abuse.

vilification Sentence Examples

  1. The persistent vilification of the opposition candidate damaged their credibility.
  2. The celebrity's relentless vilification of their former partner led to public backlash.
  3. The politician's hateful speech amounted to a vilification of the minority group.
  4. The social media post was filled with vitriolic vilification, spreading dangerous and unfounded accusations.
  5. The news article unfairly vilified the victim of the crime, blaming them for their own misfortune.
  6. The protestors' chants of vilification inciting hatred and animosity.
  7. The documentary exposed the systematic vilification of whistleblowers, deterring others from speaking out.
  8. The historical record is replete with examples of vilification used to justify persecution.
  9. The media's constant vilification of the accused created a presumption of guilt before trial.
  10. The author's memoir chronicled the painful effects of being subjected to relentless vilification.

FAQs About the word vilification

slanderous defamation, a rude expression intended to offend or hurtThe act of vilifying or defaming; abuse.

criticism, libelling, defaming,defamation, libeling, libel, vilifying, censure, contempt, slander

respect, acclaim, applause,praise, praise, respect, esteem, esteem, applause, acclaim

The persistent vilification of the opposition candidate damaged their credibility.

The celebrity's relentless vilification of their former partner led to public backlash.

The politician's hateful speech amounted to a vilification of the minority group.

The social media post was filled with vitriolic vilification, spreading dangerous and unfounded accusations.