Words falsey spoken to damage a person's reputation.
The editor slandered the actress in the newspaper.
by Anoymous921342 July 10, 2008
When someone writes a written lie about you or referring to you.

In print it's called libel, by worth of mouth, slander.

Usually done by envious idiots who have nothing better to do in their lives than spread lies to try to damage someone's reputation.
Sarah was envious Amy's boyfriend Dave gave her 100,000's of dollars and no guys ever did anything for her so she slandered her.

Sarah grew up in the projects and was put away for 7 years so she slandered someone else to deflect that.

Sarah was jealous her friend was always hit on a lot more than her so she slandered her.
by fjjee4 April 28, 2010
Slander is any kind of derogatory word or phrase.
Hurl your slander!

Stop with all the slander.
by iamapixie July 23, 2006

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