Definition of calumniator in English:

calumniator

noun

formal
  • See calumniate

    • ‘In answer to our calumniators who say we wish to destroy property, I answer that we will not destroy the bedstead, but we will annihilate the bugs!’
    • ‘Hereafter you will stand in the pillory of history as a defamer - a calumniator of the dead.’
    • ‘It is vain to urge that truth will prevail, and that slander, when detected, recoils on the calumniator.’
    • ‘There is another method open to both calumniator and apologist.’
    • ‘Men of piety, like him, may expect to be perpetually accused, so long as the world contains calumniators like you.’

Pronunciation

calumniator

/kəˈlʌmnɪeɪtə/