Definition of Libelists

1. libelist [n] - See also: libelist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Libelists

libecchios
libeccio
libeccios
libel
libel tourism
libelant
libelants
libeled
libelee
libelees
libeler
libelers
libeling
libelings
libelist
libelists (current term)
libellant
libellants
libelled
libellee
libellees
libeller
libellers
libelling
libellist
libellous
libellulid
libellulids
libelluloid
libelous

Literary usage of Libelists

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1. Historical View of the French Revolution: From Its Earliest Indications to by Jules Michelet (1864)
"The secret of his success was his assuming, not the habitual tone of the French pamphlets and journals, bat of the gazettes which our refugee libelists made ..."

2. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1907)
"This increased the alarm; their libelists immediately set to work, directly and indirectly to implicate whom they pleased. Porcupine gave me a principal ..."

3. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1896)
"... got hold of some threads & clues of it, and would soon be able to develop the whole. This increased the alarm ; their libelists immediately set to. work ..."

4. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1871)
"This increased the alarm; their libelists immediately eet to work, directly and indirectly, to implicate whom they pleased. Porcupine gave me a principal ..."

5. The History of Nations by Henry Cabot Lodge (1906)
"Hired libelists sold, at its very doors, papers calculated to deprive it of the respect of the people; the ministers blamed and obstructed its progress. ..."

6. History of the French Revolution, from 1789 to 1814 by Mignet (Fran├žois-Auguste-Marie-Alexis) (1873)
"Hired libelists sold, at its very doors, papers calculated to deprive it of the respect of the people; the ministers blamed and obstructed its progress. ..."

7. History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814 by Mignet (Fran├žois-Auguste-Marie-Alexis) (1885)
"Hired libelists sold, at its very doors, papers calculated to deprive it of the respect of the people; the ministers blamed and obstructed its progress. ..."

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