• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Traducent Slanderous.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • traducent Slandering; slanderous.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. traducens, p. pr. of traducere,. See Traduce


In literature:

You have no right to traduce them.
"The Man from Home" by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wilson
I have perhaps, traduced Marianne, but I have not slighted you, that is certain.
"His Excellency the Minister" by Jules Claretie
The good fame of government is the same; it ought not to be traduced.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VII. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
But their traducers died also.
"The Art of Public Speaking" by Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein
If the owner do not bring witnesses to identify the lost article, he is an evil-doer, he has traduced, and shall be put to death.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 1" by Various
And she had just traduced this martyred saint to the police.
"The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes" by Israel Zangwill
Decency on a monument smiling reproachfully at her unprincipled traducer.
"Empire Builders" by Francis Lynde
Forgive this enemy, this accuser, this traducer.
"The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Let those traducers step forward, whether they be two or a dozen.
"The Soldier of the Valley" by Nelson Lloyd
The very next day she will embrace, kiss, and traduce you, as if nothing had happened.
"A Hungarian Nabob" by Maurus Jókai

In poetry:

His principles are very light,
If he is not contented
To be traduced for doing right,
When once he has assented.
"No Enemies" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
THE author of some political letters,
Who took a feigned name,
And under this mask traduces his betters,
Without remorse or shame.
"Enigma XXXIV." by Elizabeth Hitchener
Does this incline me to traduce,
To envy, slander, and abuse?
Make mountains, when they mole-hills be?
"Tell me, is not this jealousy?"
"On Jealousy" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
A friend whose ear is ever closed
Against traducers' poison breath;
And, though in me be not disclosed
An equal love, yet loves till death--
"Friendship" by Joseph Horatio Chant
Ne'er let it be thy custom to traduce
Thy absent neighbour with an evil word:
For sland'rous accusations and abuse,
Cut deep — nay, deeper than a two-edg'd sword.
"Advice, How To Govern Our Words, According To God's Will" by Rees Prichard
Sons of England, Saxon England, now let vile traducers quail;
Ye have never shrunk in danger, and in duty will not fail.
And altho' in shadows frowning, lightsome day hath sadly set,
There's a Sun behind the glooming, that will shine upon us yet.
"An Appeal on the Potatoe Famine" by Samuel Bamford

In science:

If everything goes well, write the traducers. 9.
Applying SMT Solvers to the Test Template Framework
In this way, being given ϕ ∈ H , the problem of testing if Xr (ϕ) is empty or not is traduced in a problem of linear algebra since it corresponds to test if a matrix is surjective or not (which is basically done by rank computations).
Determinantal resultant
The initial conditions traduce the fact that the curve r = 0 is a unit-speed geodesic.
The WKB method and geometric instability for non linear Schrodinger equations on surfaces
When ǫ goes to 0, the roots of the system go to the boundary of X and they deduce an asymptotic distribution of the zero-cycle C · L which traduces the polytopal information.
Algebraic osculation and factorization of sparse polynomials