Examples of libelous in a Sentence
libelous statements about a celebrity for which the tabloid was sued
Recent Examples of libelous from the Web
Lakeland police said this incident serves as a lesson about posting unconfirmed and potentially libelous information on social media.
The photograph may not feature nudity or obscene language or material that is libelous or defamatory.
Mr. Trump’s lawyers called the article libelous and seemed to threaten to sue.
Other Americans were less polite: Henry Ford of car manufacturing fame republished libelous essays from Germany against Einstein.
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First Known Use of libelous
LIBELOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of libelous for English Language Learners
: containing an untrue written statement that causes people to have a bad opinion of someone
Legal Definition of libelous
: constituting or including libel a libelous magazine article
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