vilifying (Meaning)

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

of Vilify

vilifying Sentence Examples

  1. The politician's speech was full of vilifying rhetoric, unjustly accusing their opponents of corruption.
  2. The newspaper article vilified the scientist, spreading false information that damaged their reputation.
  3. The student was vilified for speaking out against the school's unfair policies.
  4. The online campaign aimed to vilify the company, blaming them unfairly for a product defect.
  5. The rumor mill vilified the new teacher, spreading unfounded claims about their teaching abilities.
  6. The media's relentless coverage vilified the celebrity, tarnishing their image with baseless accusations.
  7. The villagers vilified the stranger, accusing them of witchcraft without any evidence.
  8. The judge's decision to vilify the defendant in court caused an uproar among the public.
  9. The company's PR team was hired to counter the negative publicity that was vilifying their brand.
  10. The whistleblower was vilified by the organization they exposed, causing them to lose their job and credibility.

FAQs About the word vilifying

of Vilify

libeling, libel, libelling, smearing, vilification,defamation, defaming, traducing, calumniation, abuse

commendation, commendation, respect, applause, respect, praise, applause,praise, esteem, flattery

The politician's speech was full of vilifying rhetoric, unjustly accusing their opponents of corruption.

The newspaper article vilified the scientist, spreading false information that damaged their reputation.

The student was vilified for speaking out against the school's unfair policies.

The online campaign aimed to vilify the company, blaming them unfairly for a product defect.