The widow was no gossip, no backbiter, but a woman of opinions and a nimble tongue undeterred by fear or favor.
There is yet one who is numbered among the asas, but whom some call the backbiter of the asas.
Every one has his opportunity, and this robs the plotter and backbiter of his venom.
Would the slanderer, or backbiter, or hypocrite, indulge their habits if they realized this truth?
Nobody could call him a detractor or a backbiter or a talebearer or a liar.
It was therefore agreeable to find one of the Mystery detractors actually named backbiter.
That's an end to backbiter, the best horse 'twixt Pedee and the Savannah.
He was no backbiter; he refrained, even with me, from hostile criticism of other actors.
The flatterer, the backbiter, the spy,—these find here a rich soil.
I know thee for a liar, a deceiver, a backbiter, and a spirit of insatiable malevolence.
In Ps. 15:3, the rendering of a word which means to run about tattling, calumniating; in Prov. 25:23, secret talebearing or slandering; in Rom. 1:30 and 2 Cor. 12:20, evil-speaking, maliciously defaming the absent.