Word for 6th August 2007 is Calumniate.
( Noun )
Calumniate : (ka-lum'ne-at')
1. To make maliciously or knowingly false statements about
2. To make defamatory statements about
3. Cast aspersions
4. Charge falsely or with malicious intent
5. Attack the good name and reputation of someone
Latin calumniārī, calumniāt-, from calumnia, calumny
2. Speak high of
My sister was married to the villain who had not hesitated to calumniate the woman whom he had ruined and then to cast her helpless on the world.
You must not calumniate the students for having scored very low marks in the examinations.
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