He was at first a friend of the pilgrims, but became at length their traducer.
Her tone was full of abhorrence for this traducer of the man she loved and trusted.
He was mortified and angry, and yet he was helpless because his traducer was a woman.
Jeff launched his horse at the traducer, but Gibson spurred aside.
It will, of course, rest with him whether an action is taken against his traducer.
He is neither the apologist, nor the traducer of his heroine.
On the contrary, Noah with his followers was condemned as a rebel, as a heretic, as a traducer of the dignity of State and Church.
In this refined and chastened style did the defenders of American cultivation preserve its reputation from its traducer.
White with passion, the words hissing from his lips, he vowed to take vengeance on the traducer of his niece.
The Queen's magnanimity and clemency to her traducer Jasper Judge in the same year called forth a warm eulogium.
1530s, "to alter, change over, transport," from Latin traducere "change over, convert," originally "lead along or across, transfer," from trans- "across" (see trans-) + ducere "to lead" (see duke (n.)). Sense of "defame, slander" (1580s) is from Latin traducere in the sense of "to scorn or disgrace," probably from the notion of "to lead along as a spectacle." Related: Traduced; traducing.