Injurious words

INJURIOUS WORDS. This phrase is used, in Louisiana, to signify slander, or libelous words. Code, art. 3501.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Dorothea when thoroughly moved cared little what any one thought of her feelings; and even if she had been able to reflect, she would have held it petty to keep silence at injurious words about Will from fear of being herself misunderstood.
Yet the injurious word stuck in Powell's mind with its associated ideas of prisoner, of escape.
Violence can be both verbal, such as uttering injurious words, and physical like robbery, arson, squandering others' money, shooting, beating, murder and attempted murder.
10 in a black rage, throwing objects as well as injurious words at long-suffering aides.
Rafsanjani wasn't expected to gesture with his clenched fist, as this is not his style; or to use injurious words, as this is not in his dictionary.