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Apr 28, 2016 12:12 IST

    Meaning: Spread negative information about

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    The employee was vilified by his peer when he could not perform well in the meeting.

    Pronunciation: vil-uh-fahy

    Usage/Example: 1. The pair have since been vilified for their actions and have been accused of being "spiteful". (Source: Belfast Telegraph)

    2. According to Nitsana Darshan- Leitner, director of Shurat Hadin, “This lawsuit is nothing more than a hollow attempt to vilify the State of Israel. (Source: Jerusalem Post Israel News)

    3. It's easy enough to vilify Chuck, but the man is mentally ill. (Source: ChicagoNow)

    Related Words (Synonyms)

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