Definition of Vilifier. Meaning of Vilifier. Synonyms of Vilifier

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Definition of Vilifier

Vilifier
Vilifier Vil"i*fi`er, n. One who vilifies or defames.

Meaning of Vilifier from wikipedia

- "Exile Vilify" is a song by indie rock band the National, written for the video game Portal 2 and released as a stand-alone single. The lyrics were composed...
- "Vilify" is the first single from American industrial metal band Device's debut album of the same name. It was released through Warner Bros. Records on...
- statements are untrue; it is enough if they statements are meant to be vilifying. Article 2 regulates gross defamation (grovt förtal) and has a penalty...
- opinion on Muhammad: in his play Le fanatisme, ou ****met le Prophète he vilifies Muhammad as a symbol of fanaticism, and in an essay in 1748 he calls him...
- to Los Angeles. Walter O'Malley, the team's owner at the time, is still vilified, even by Brooklynites too young to remember the Dodgers as Brooklyn's ball...
- dismount—in more conservative times women who rode bicycles at all were vilified as immoral or immodest. These practices were akin to the older practice...
- Trumpet against the Monstrous Regiment of Women (1558), and John Foxe vilified her prominently in Actes and Monuments (1563). Foxe's book remained po****r...
- while simultaneously provoking thought. The comic frame does not aim to vilify in its analysis, but rather, rebuke the stupidity and foolery of those involved...
- "indefensible" misogyny and racism were to blame for her position as "the most vilified woman in modern po****r culture". Lopez fired both her personal manager...
- institution promoted as sacred, and prostitution, widely condemned and vilified (though often tolerated as a "necessary evil"). Mary Wollstonecraft, in...