calumny

Pronunciation /ˈkaləmni/
noun calumnies
mass noun
1 The making of false and defamatory statements about someone in order to damage their reputation; slander.
1.1 count noun A false and slanderous statement.
verb calumnies, calumnying, calumnied
[with object]formal
Slander (someone).

Origin
Late Middle English from Latin calumnia.

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His day-to-day utterances were full of calumny. None other could be a fine as he, himself.

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