Calumny vs Exhilarated - What's the difference?

calumny | exhilarated |


As a noun calumny

is a falsification or misrepresentation intended to disparage or discredit another.

As a verb exhilarated is

(exhilarate).

calumny

English

Noun

(calumnies)
  • A falsification or misrepresentation intended to disparage or discredit another.
  • Accusations of abuse were pure extortive calumny in a malicious bid to make money .
  • False charges brought about to tarnish another's reputation or standing.
  • Derived terms

    * calumniate

    Synonyms

    * defamation * obloquy * vilification * See also

    exhilarated

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (exhilarate)

  • exhilarate

    English

    Verb

    (en-verb)
  • (archaic) To make happy, cheer up; to gladden.
  • Good news exhilarates''' the mind; wine '''exhilarates the drinker.
  • *, II.2.4:
  • Many such tricks are ordinarily put in practice by great men, to exhilarate themselves and others, all which are harmless jests, and have their good uses.
  • To thrill refreshingly.
  • To bring new life to.