Examples of vilification in a Sentence
warned that the constant vilification of candidates for public office was undermining the people's faith in the political system
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That vilification has spawned a widespread distrust of the discipline itself, so much so that neighboring Arab Gulf states seldom issue visas to Iraqi scientists to attend regional conferences or workshops.
Whenever the threats of homophobic violence, media vilification, or repressive laws reached a tipping point, gay liberation activists made a choice.
But quickly after Britain voted to leave, racial vilification and attacks quickly spread to target Poles, Latvians, Romanians, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Jews and, perhaps the least expected, the Swedes.
This has led to a vicious circle of excessive pressure, fear of failure, underachievement, vilification and scapegoating.
The resulting vilification directed at Mr. Bouton was roughly equal to the kind that might descend on someone who had betrayed the American nation.
López Obrador had strong words of his own, likening Trump's rhetoric about Mexicans to Hitler's vilification of Jews.
The systematic vilification of facts and expertise, the violent abnegation of diverse thought, the constant blasts of paranoia-stoking crime reports and patriotic soundbites on an inescapable news network—could this be more now?
Today, the scientists who remain in Iraq battle decades of vilification from both inside and outside their country.
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