Origin of calumniate
OTHER WORDS FROM calumniateca·lum·ni·a·tion, nounca·lum·ni·a·tor, nounnon·ca·lum·ni·at·ing, adjective
How to use calumniate in a sentence
Often one serious word will suffice to silence a calumniator of the Faith and cause him to blush.Mary, Help of Christians|Various
If anyone, thereafter, dares accuse you of having had a son before your marriage, treat him as a vile calumniator.File No. 113|Emile Gaboriau
I shall charitably suppose that some infamous calumniator has belied me to you.Life and Correspondence of David Hume, Volume II (of 2)|John Hill Burton
As he had fled, and did not appear to answer the summons, he had been expelled from the University as a traitor and calumniator.The Life of Philip Melanchthon|Karl Friedrich Ledderhose
It is well known that the said calumniator did, at many periods of his life, make use of the services of a calceolarius.