Origin of traduce
OTHER WORDS FROM traducetra·duce·ment, nountra·duc·er, nountra·duc·ing·ly, adverbun·tra·duced, adjective
How to use traduce in a sentence
White with passion, the words hissing from his lips, he vowed to take vengeance on the traducer of his niece.
To hear of Festing's thrashing her traducer had given her a pleasant thrill, but all the same she vaguely disapproved.The Girl From Keller's|Harold Bindloss
Philadelphus, fearing that she was about to spring at the throat of her traducer, sprang between the two women.The City of Delight|Elizabeth Miller
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.Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II|Martin Luther
According to this vile traducer the priests are devoid of all honor and all the moral virtues.The Friars in the Philippines|Ambrose Coleman