traducing


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Related to traducing: educe, all-around, adroitly, inordinately, perpetually
See: libelous
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To write experience is to betray it, but presumably the diary more closely approximates experience than do other types of writing, traducing it less.
Mr McElroy was traducing his own dear Labour Party, but all the leaders might privately agree that some of the faithful would need regular watering should their IQs drop another couple of points.
They are at one in seeking to postpone the escape note in such passages until the next beat, and so would convert off-beat dissonant notes into on-beat arpeggio notes, thereby traducing both their rhythm and harmonic import.
In 1125, Bernard of Clairvaux felt that he could no longer defer writing a defence of the monks of his order against the charge of traducing monks of other traditions.
Les Dawson made a fortune traducing mothers-in-law.