Fearing that Caius will escape his vengeance, he steals money and offers it to Sempronius as an inducement to calumniate Caius.
Example: Balbus protests that he does not wish to harm anyone, and then proceeds to calumniate his neighbors.
A to steal from orcalumniate B), he is held to restitution for any such damages (see Vol.
Example: Balbus wishes tocalumniate Caius, but is not able to do so himself.
Upon this unexpected revelation I ask how it happens, if man is good and charitable, that the rich calumniate charity while the poor defile it?
And on the supposition that the worshippers of the gods are rewarded by felicity in the life to come, why, then, do they calumniate the influence of Christianity?
But they who most unpardonably calumniate this Christian era, are the very men who either themselves fled for asylum to the places specially dedicated to Christ, or were led there by the barbarians that they might be safe.
But it is not seemly that Luther on that score should seek to calumniatepious and devout monks and priests and make the people distrustful of them.
You forsworn Luther,” he says to him, “you who treacherously and falsely calumniate His Imperial Majesty.
But I say to you: Love your enemies, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them that persecute and calumniate you.
This is one of the many gross errors which have been propagated to calumniate these innocent people.
Adopting the tone of their persecutors, it was long the practice of court sycophants, and others, to ridicule and calumniate them.
The Positivists never calumniate the past, but seek to appreciate its services to humanity, to acknowledge the good it did, and to bury it with honor, as the children of the New Dispensation did the Old, when it had lived its day.
St. John Climacus tells us to address the following words to those who calumniate in our presence: "For mercy's sake cease such conversation!
Rarely, without doubt, but too often, nevertheless, we calumniate at first secretly or with one or two friends, afterwards openly and in public.
Calumniate a human being in youth--adulate that being in age;--what has been the interval?
But at least a conscientious author in assigning a rôle to his historical personages in a fictitious case or rather action should so apply it as not to calumniate them; the realistic school is bolder and has few scruples.
As timid as a chamois, he continually believed there was a hatched conspiracy on the way to calumniateand destroy him.
Bless them that curse you and pray for them that calumniate you.
Try to retake from the Mohammedans all that they usurped; but it is easier to calumniate them.
We have never been among these people but to enrich ourselves and to calumniate them.
To attack it and calumniate it therefore was a convenient thing, since no refutation need to be feared.
But this I will do in a separate notice, free from all preconceived ideas, and free from all party spirit; I will not forget that an honest man ought not to calumniate any one, not even the agents of the Inquisition.
The hired advocate may calumniate as he will, but he can show no collusion or connivance on your part.
Ah, as soon as it is the aim to calumniate a neighbor and plunge him in misery, men are all poets!
Who has dared with such cursed mummery to deceive the king, andcalumniate the queen?