Definitions of "slander"
  1. The act of making a false spoken statement that damages a person's reputation
  2. The action of damaging a person's reputation by making untrue oral statements to a third person without legal protection to do so
  3. The unlawful act of damaging a person's reputation by making false and harmful oral remarks
How to use "slander" in a sentence
  1. The celebrity sued the tabloid for slander after they published false stories about her.
  2. Regardless of their disagreements, the manager warned the employees against resorting to slander to settle their differences.
  3. The politician filed a lawsuit on the grounds of slander after false accusations about him were orally spread during the campaign.

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