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Definition of Libelling

Libelling
Libel Li"bel, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Libeled (-b[e^]ld) or Libelled; p. pr. & vb. n. Libeling or Libelling.] 1. To defame, or expose to public hatred, contempt, or ridicule, by a writing, picture, sign, etc.; to lampoon. Some wicked wits have libeled all the fair. --Pope. 2. (Law) To proceed against by filing a libel, particularly against a ship or goods.

Meaning of Libelling from wikipedia

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- various categories of political libel (see slander and libel for the modern incarnation of this law). Cases of political libel and eventually damages actions...
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- Libel! is a play written by Edward Wooll. It debuted on 2 April 1934 at the Playhouse Theatre in London's West End, where it was directed by Leon M. Lion...
- cartoon strips, one of which, entitled "Carlisle St, an everyday tale of libelling folk", featured caricatures of the Private Eye team making attacks against...