maligned in English
don't you dare malign her in my presence
Use "maligned" in a sentence
1. Machiavellian and manipulative, the Lords are often maligned.
2. Yet they were for long despised, maligned and hated.”
3. She had seen herself repeatedly maligned in the newspapers.
4. We maligned him dreadfully when you come to think of it.
5. Much-maligned for their derivative style, the band are nevertheless enduringly popular.
6. However, God’s sovereignty has been grossly maligned in the heavens and on the earth.
7. Today, however, the much-maligned human foible is being looked at in a different light.
8. This is "progressive rock" in the most positive sense of that much-maligned term.
9. Is there a valid reason to feel agitated when we are unjustly maligned?
10. Should you hear my name blackened and maligned, will you credit the aspersion?
11. Much maligned, the adder is our only venomous snake, feeding on other reptiles and small mammals.
12. A very scholarly and erudite work, widely acclaimed at the time but since much maligned.
13. He darted around the table , pursued by the maligned Mrs. White armed with an antimacassar .
14. Convergence has been a much used and maligned word that now is almost meaningless.
15. A very scholarly and erudite work, widely acclaimed at the time but since much maligned. Professional jealousy?
16. The Radio 1 playlist is much maligned, but it is as honest and fair as any system.
17. What's more, Tony Boyle, much maligned after his two abortive outings against the Dubs, scored four points.
18. Commentators are a maligned lot and deserve some credit for disseminating enthusiasm for sport on a hitherto unimagined scale.
19. 20 Commentators are a maligned lot and deserve some credit for disseminating enthusiasm for sport on a hitherto unimagined scale.
20. Maligned by their critics and adored by their readers, romances have definitely had an effect upon the literary world.
21. For all of this, they were despised, maligned, hated, and persecuted, even as Christ had foretold they would be. —John 16:33.
22. So there appears to be a connection between the world-changing, powerful word "word" (logos) and the often maligned word "myth" (mythos).
23. His friends thought he had become an atheist and piously circulated gossip adducing unmentionable motives for his unbelief. His moral character was maligned.
24. 'We focus so much on memory that forgetting has been maligned, ' says Gayatri Devi, a neuropsychiatrist and memory expert in New York City.
25. However, I can understand why they might seem dismissive, especially when considering the way in which Pink Floyd have been saddled with the lazy and much-maligned term "progressive rock".
26. The Maginot Line, the massive series of fortifications built by France in the 1930s to defend its borders with Germany and Italy, is perhaps the most maligned collection of fortifications ever built.
27. Good Asian fossils come only from China (Peking Man, a type of Homo erectus) and Indonesia (Java Man, another erectus, and Homo floresiensis, the much-maligned "hobbit" of the island of Flores).
28. Harry Potter's potential social and political impact was called similar to the 19th-century phenomenon of Harriet Beecher Stowe's popular, but critically maligned book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, which fuelled the abolitionist movement leading up to the American Civil War.