Definition of libeler in English:

libeler

Pronunciation /ˈlībələr/ /ˈlaɪbələr/

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noun

See libel

‘He made a motion concerning libellers on 19 Feb 1585, and was put in charge of the ensuing committee.’
  • ‘There are also found such libellers who dare to call the Church in Russia things too terrible to repeat.’
  • ‘Most were libellers and some became editors.’
  • ‘In 1649 he was banished from Amsterdam for being a ‘libeller’ and ‘vagabond’.’
  • ‘A libeller may be punished by fine, imprisonment, or the amputation of the ears.’