Synonyms for calumny or Related words with calumny

calumnies              blasphemies              slanders              invectives              slandering              obscurantism              impiety              unchastity              immorality              invective              vilification              mendacity              barbarities              denigration              defaming              licentiousness              barbarity              denunciations              venality              sacrilege              slander              perfidy              slanderous              romish              damnable              denunciation              simony              blaspheming              insinuations              impious              insolence              demonization              vindictiveness              imposture              falsehood              lewdness              blasphemy              unchristian              fanaticism              covetousness              blasphemed              denouncement              ingratitude              quietism              mendacious              detestation              usurers              scurrilous              jansenists              idolatry             

Examples of "calumny"
In "The Calumny of Apelles", Botticelli drew on the description of a painting by Apelles, a Greek painter of the Hellenistic Period. Though Apelles' works have not survived, Lucian recorded details of one in his "On Calumny":
New punitive decrees against calumny were issued by Gregory IX in his Decretals.
Scaramella was a suspect by the Italian justice department for calumny
Another Country, Another Life | Calumny, Love, and the Secrets of Isaac Jelfs (Toronto: Dundurn, 2013)
Calunnia (), meaning "calumny", is a criminal offence under Article 368 of the Italian Penal Code ("Codice Penale"), which states:
Crimes of calumny, defamation and slanderous allegation "(injurias)" have been abolished in the Federal Penal Code as well as in 15 states. These crimes remain in the penal codes of 17 states, where penalty is, in average, from 1.1 years (for ones convicted for slanderous allegation) to 3.8 years in jail (for those convicted for calumny).
In Roman law during the Republic, calumnia was the willful bringing of a false accusation, that is, malicious prosecution. The English word "calumny" derives from the Latin.
The Macedonian King Antigonus began a calumny campaign against Aratus, to destroy the friendship between Ptolemy and Aratus. Ptolemy sent diplomats to Sicyon to clear the issue.
Defamation—also calumny, vilification, and traducement—is the communication of a false statement that harms the reputation of an individual person, business, product, group, government, religion, or nation.
On 24 December 2006, Scaramella returned to Italy where he was immediately arrested by DIGOS, a division of the Italian national police. He is charged with calumny,
In Argentina, the crimes of calumny and injury are foreseen in the chapter "Crimes Against Honor" (Articles 109 to 117-bis) of the Penal Code. Calumny is defined as "the false imputation to a determined person of a concrete crime that leads to a lawsuit" (Article 109). However, expressions referring to subjects of public interest or that are not assertive don't constitute calumny. Penalty is a fine from 3,000 to 30,000 pesos. He who intentionally dishonor or discredit a determined person is punished with a penalty from 1,500 to 20,000 pesos (Article 110).
Nash repented 33 years after his calumny, penning in 1964 the following prose poem to the Dean of Bronx Community College:
Conybeare was known for the publication of his book "Calumny Refuted", an answer to the personal slander of Dr. Richard Newton.
6. What got "smeared" at Balderas was "my reputation", instead of "my heart". To be "smeared" (""embarrado"") in Mexico City slang can be used as "to be run over", but also in the same sense of calumny it can have in English ("to be the subject of a calumny"), or as "to be accused of being involved in some dirty issue", so this new sense can be feasible, according to the end of the song.
The Calumny of Apelles is a tempera painting by Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli. Based on the description of a painting by Apelles, the work was completed in approximately 1494. It is on display in the Uffizi in Florence.
Deloche wrote that it was "necessary to purge certain Trotskyite agitators, such as Albert Camus ... who have developed a systematic campaign of calumny against the directors of the French Communist Party and its political line."
However, there are legal provisions criminalizing the desecration of religious artifacts at the time of worship, hate speech, racism, defamation, calumny, and libel. Brazilian law also forbids "unjust and grave threats".
He removed the name of Yohannan Garba from the diptychs, reconsecrated the bishops consecrated by Garba, and put back the name of Hnanisho, who had been oppressed by calumny, alongside those of the rest of the catholici.
He removed the name of Yohannan Garba from the diptychs, reconsecrated the bishops consecrated by Garba, and put back the name of Hnanishoʿ, who had been oppressed by calumny, alongside those of the rest of the catholici.
Article 196 makes anyone found guilty of intentionally offending religious feelings through public calumny of an object or place of worship liable to a fine, a restriction of liberty, or to imprisonment for a maximum of two years.