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slander
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler)

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lie to damage the reputation of another; or the lies told
  • Diomed all undaunted answered, "Archer, you who without your bow are nothing, slanderer and seducer, if you were to be tried in single combat fighting in full armour, your bow and your arrows would serve you in little stead.
    Book 11 (46% in)

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