Meaning of defamable in English:

defamable

adjective

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  • 1Liable to be defamed; that may be subject to defamation.

  • 2Of speech or writing: of the nature of or characterized by defamation; defamatory; libellous or slanderous.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). Originally (i) from Middle French diffamable shameful, ignominious, injurious from diffamer + -able.

Pronunciation

defamable

/dɪˈfeɪməbl/