libellously


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libellously

(ˈlaɪbələslɪ)
adv
in a libellous manner
Translations
تَشْهيريّاً
pomlouvačně
injurierende
becsületbe vágóan
á ærumeiîandi hátt
onur kırıcı şekilde

libel

(ˈlaibəl) noun
the legal term for something written which is harmful to a person's reputation.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈlibelled , (American) ˈlibeled
to damage the reputation of (someone) by libel.
ˈlibellous adjective
ˈlibellously adverb
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When things weren't good for me, I had various stories written about me which were totally and utterly untrue, libellously untrue, to the extent that I'll never trust those people again.
Only two songs per demo, no glossy photos, and forget about the libellously exaggerated biography.
The latter book contained a preface, part of which I give here: "Because I have given my own name to the 'I' of this narrative, readers are certainly not entitled to assume that its pages are purely autobiographical, or that its characters are libellously exact portraits of living persons.