mud-slinging

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mud-slinging

[ˈmʌdˌslɪŋɪŋ] n (fig) → infangamento
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Lindbergh is one helluva swell egg, and we're willing to fight for him in our own quaint way...The mud-slingers are good.
He is no position to claim moral superiority over Phed, whom he dismissed as "the neighbourhood gossip," declaring "there is no place in politics for slanderers and mud-slingers, particularly for those that speak about Tassos Papadopoulos." Has Milosevic's money launderer been declared a saint and we had not heard about it?
MUCH as Junior has been trying to dismiss Phed as a "mud-slinger and slanderer", he knows that this is a contest that he cannot win.
And before the mud-slingers pitch in with another bout of petty criticism, I suggest they try running 26.2 miles in her shoes.
Yet I can already hear the gloopy sound of mud-slingers preparing their ammunition for this year's smear campaign.
LIAM MULVIHILL has hit out at the "jealous mud-slingers" who moaned when the GAA was allocated pounds 20m for Croke Park development in the recent budget.
Parallel to this though, there is no place in politics for mud-slingers and slanderers.
Because, if "in politics there is no room for slanderers and mud-slingers" some should step down before Phedonos.
But this does not allow them "to turn into unashamed mud-slingers."
ASTON VILLA outcast David Ginola yesterday proved he has the temperament as well as the talent to cope with the mud-slingers in English football.
Many of the mud-slingers are nowadays clearly designed for the fashion-conscious rather than the countryside freaks.
This group of mud-slingers became legendary in the Scottish game because nobody, and I mean nobody, could sting like these old codgers.