English to Samoan Meaning :: libel

Libel :
taʻu faʻaleaga
- taʻu faʻaleagalibeledlibelerlibelinglibelling
 

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Noun(1) a false and malicious publication printed for the purpose of defaming a living person(2) the written statement of a plaintiff explaining the cause of action (the defamation
Verb(1) print slanderous statements against

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(1) Maybe we could better ourselves by reaching out to others - and help kill a poisonous libel at the same time.(2) a libel action(3) Britain's libel laws are almost the opposite of those in the United States.(4) The extent of publication is also very relevant: a libel published to millions has a greater potential to cause damage than a libel published to a handful of people.(5) That doesn't mean that it is OK to slander and libel people.(6) if a ship does you any injury you libel the ship(7) As Robertson circulated his pamphlet where he could, the matter was a serious libel .(8) The libel action deals with events surrounding the closure of Irish Press newspapers in 1995.(9) Ironically, the action is over a short story concerning a previous libel action.(10) A statement that a police officer is under is investigation is no doubt defamatory, but the sting in the libel is not as sharp as the statement that he has by his conduct brought suspicion on himself.(11) he was found guilty of a libel on a Liverpool inspector of taxes(12) she sued two newspapers for libel(13) a councilor who sued two national newspapers for libel(14) Before classicism can again occupy a central place in our lives, a monstrous libel must first be undone.(15) The libel laws as they stand militate against doing this, because once a libel writ is issued by a complainant any apology is an admission of liability.(16) Despite the recommendations of the Faulks Committee, the law of defamation still distinguishes between libel and slander.
Related Words
(1) blood libel ::
taʻu faʻaleaga toto
Synonyms
Noun
1. defamation ::
defamation
2. defamation of character ::
defamation o le amio
3. character assassination ::
uiga fasiotia
4. calumny ::
calumny
9. vilification ::
vilification
12. insult ::
faʻaluma
13. slander ::
taʻuga faʻaleaga
14. malicious gossip ::
faitala taufaaleaga
15. lie ::
pepelo
16. slur ::
slur
17. smear ::
nini
18. untruth ::
pepelo
19. false report ::
lipoti sese
21. bad-mouthing ::
leaga-mouthing
Verb
22. defame ::
taʻuleagaina
23. malign ::
malign
24. slander ::
taʻuga faʻaleaga
25. blacken someone's name ::
blacken igoa o se tasi
28. traduce ::
traduce
29. smear ::
nini
30. cast aspersions on ::
lafo i aspersions
32. besmirch ::
besmirch
33. tarnish ::
tarnish
34. taint ::
taint
35. tell lies about ::
taʻu pepelo e uiga
36. stain ::
pīsia
38. vilify ::
vilify
39. denigrate ::
taʻufaatauvaaina
40. disparage ::
faaleaga
42. stigmatize ::
stigmatize
43. discredit ::
faaleaga
44. slur ::
slur
45. dis ::
aoaiga
46. bad-mouth ::
leaga-gutu
47. derogate ::
aveeseina
48. calumniate ::
calumniate
Different Forms
libel, libeled, libeler, libelers, libeling, libelling, libelous, libels
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