In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- You know, I don't have problems with disgracing him in front of the boss or calumniate him or anything like that if there's need for it.
- I agree that he has been calumniated in some ways.
- Why, does he know you so calumniate him?
- One of his officers makes a slide that calumniates cadets who do not select combat arms branches.
- But he was unorthodox, and as soon as the grave closed over him, he was grossly calumniated.
- At first, I couldn't bring myself to believe the veracity of the news item until I concluded that the reporter could not have been so debased as to fabricate the news to calumniate college students for no apparent reason.
- He was hated and calumniated.
- Before any of Mrs. Cryer's adherents is tempted to calumniate, I am not a hunting man although I am a countryman and do shoot clay pigeons.
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