Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- They have indulged in character assassination, slander and libel, and the sloppiest, least scientific thinking imaginable.
- Towards the end, the campaign took on a markedly personal form with character assassination and mudslinging becoming the order of the day.
- Now he is suffering character assassination through leaks and attacks under parliamentary privilege.
- The use of abusive language and mudslinging or character assassination should be avoided at any cost.
- In his usual manner, he refused to be drawn into politics of insults and character assassination as being perpetuated by some opposition leaders.
- A parallel campaign of vilification and character assassination is also being launched against me.
- This sort of fraud and calculated character assassination needs to be forthrightly condemned by everyone, irrespective of their political orientation.
- Attempts at character assassination won't work.
- ‘Anyone who knows me will recognise the orchestrated campaign of character assassination was a tissue of lies,’ he said.
- And they lost all compunction about tarring the opposition with outright lies and character assassination.
- And to suggest that character assassination is a recent import into politics is to forget that rivalry and its associated black arts are as old as politics itself.
- Did they get carried away into character assassination?
- Despite a deceptively calm and authoritative tone, she engages in nothing less than character assassination.
- But they do not have the freedom to entertain some people at the expense of some others, and to indulge in character assassination.
- If that is true it is a truly damning confession of character assassination by the man who is the president's most trusted advisor.
- I think in an open democracy people ought to have a right to express themselves without fear of character assassination.
- They have run a campaign of character assassination.
- In short, this is character assassination by innuendo.
- Having said that, we in the media must abide by the principles of telling the truth, and not engage in character assassination.
- The unwarranted accusations could only be seen as character assassination and should have no place in a tribunal, he said.