Slander in a sentence as a noun

"Please don't slander me further as I try to move on with my life" ?

It isn't slander if it's true…I've made it 100% clear to my kids that I've got their backs.

Again I would like to point out that to slander somebody, you must tell lies about them.

"No, but a statement of fact about a company that is not backed by public data is slander.

Your slander against Rubin, that he was the major factor, is unsubstantiated.

The video is full of slander and straight up factual errors and even gets almost all of cryptography and network protocols wrong.

Slander in a sentence as a verb

Yes, this person who can slander GitHub all over the twitterverse with the dreaded "sexist" label with no evidence is totally powerless.

Publishing something that HR/PR can consider slander under your real name while being junior developer is not a recipe for stable employment.

The internet has created a permanent record of slander and humiliation from anonymous people, so if you don't stand up to it then it'll be assumed that there was some merit to what they said.

"So instead of understanding that most people are not compatible, we're now building a db to slander them based on purely emotional reasoning?If women are using this then it says a lot about the woman.

He would post crude remarks about the manager not listening to him and how he should be the manager, often using the initials of the manager when he insulted him to be careful and not be accused of slander I guess.

Slander definitions


words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another


an abusive attack on a person's character or good name

See also: aspersion calumny defamation denigration


charge falsely or with malicious intent; attack the good name and reputation of someone; "The journalists have defamed me!" "The article in the paper sullied my reputation"

See also: defame smirch asperse denigrate calumniate smear sully besmirch