detracted (part of speech: verb)
abased (part of speech: verb)
slandered (part of speech: verb)
disapproved (part of speech: verb)
defiled, vilified, disapproved, denounced, reproached, chastised, admonished, deprecated, chided, blamed, derided, censured, condemned, castigated, renounced, scorned, upbraided, chastened, discredited, denigrated, criticized
- The bulk of the poem is a defense against charges raised by some of the Tomitans that he has defamed them in his verse. - "The Last Poems of Ovid", Ovid.
- How they've defamed you, and they'll do it even more from now on! - "The White Knight: Tirant lo Blanc", Joanot Martorell and Marti Johan d'Galba.
- And I tell you, let none but a great clerk dispute; the business of a layman when he hears the Christian religion defamed is to defend it with his sharp sword and thrust his weapon into the miscreant's body as far as it will go. - "The Story of Paris", Thomas Okey.