- n. 诽谤的文字；诽谤(罪)；侮辱
- v. 诽谤；中伤；损害名誉
a false and malicious publication printed for the purpose of defaming a living person
the written statement of a plaintiff explaining the cause of action (the defamation) and any relief he seeks
print slanderous statements against;
"The newspaper was accused of libeling him"
- She sued a newspaper for libel.
- I'll sue you for libel.
- His attempt to discredit his opponent boomeranged (on him) when he was charged with libel.
- That interview was an absolute libel on the honest man.
- He libel(l)ed against her character in an article.
- The rival parties libel(l)ed each other during the election.
She bore not the least resemblance to the Marquise of Tai and it would have been a cruel libel to suggest it.出自： R. Rendell
But what so pure, which envious tongues will spare? Some wicked wits have libell'd all the fair.出自： Pope