Libel conjugation

English
32 examples
This verb can also mean the following: proceed against, defame, 86 u, do, defame someone, proceed

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
libel
libel
libels
libel
libel
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Future Simple
will libel
will libel
will libel
will libel
will libel
will libel
Past Simple
libelled
libelled
libelled
libelled
libelled
libelled
Conditional Simple
would libel
would libel
would libel
would libel
would libel
would libel
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Present Progressive
am libelling
are libelling
is libelling
are libelling
are libelling
are libelling
Future Progressive
will be libelling
will be libelling
will be libelling
will be libelling
will be libelling
will be libelling
Past Progressive
was libelling
were libelling
was libelling
were libelling
were libelling
were libelling
Conditional Progressive
would be libelling
would be libelling
would be libelling
would be libelling
would be libelling
would be libelling
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Present Perfect
have libelled
have libelled
has libelled
have libelled
have libelled
have libelled
Future Perfect
will have libelled
will have libelled
will have libelled
will have libelled
will have libelled
will have libelled
Past Perfect
had libelled
had libelled
had libelled
had libelled
had libelled
had libelled
Conditional Perfect
would have libelled
would have libelled
would have libelled
would have libelled
would have libelled
would have libelled
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Present Perfect Progressive
have been libelling
have been libelling
has been libelling
have been libelling
have been libelling
have been libelling
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been libelling
will have been libelling
will have been libelling
will have been libelling
will have been libelling
will have been libelling
Past Perfect Progressive
had been libelling
had been libelling
had been libelling
had been libelling
had been libelling
had been libelling
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been libelling
would have been libelling
would have been libelling
would have been libelling
would have been libelling
would have been libelling

Examples of libel

Example in English
No libel, no story, or exercise, or rhetoric.
'...the remarks made in print,... in summation of the events in regard... to the Rubin Berkowitz libel.
And I'm not a defendant in a libel suit.
Because of the libel suit?
Defamation, libel.
No libel, no story, or exercise, or rhetoric.
'...the remarks made in print,... in summation of the events in regard... to the Rubin Berkowitz libel.
And I'm not a defendant in a libel suit.
Because of the libel suit?
Defamation, libel.
However, my astonishment at these libels can hardly surprise you.
Plots have I laid, inductions dangerous, by drunken prophecies, libels, and dreams, to set the... To set my brother Clarence and the king...
Plots have I laid... inductions dangerous... with lies well steeled with weighty arguments... by drunken prophecies... libels... and dreams... to set my brother Clarence and the king... in deadly hate the one against the other.
Slanders and libels, mobs, seditions, and then the hissing snakes, the burning torches and haggard horrors of civil war.
You wish to defend libels against his majesty's representatives? Certainly not.
However, my astonishment at these libels can hardly surprise you.
Plots have I laid, inductions dangerous, by drunken prophecies, libels, and dreams, to set the... To set my brother Clarence and the king...
Plots have I laid... inductions dangerous... with lies well steeled with weighty arguments... by drunken prophecies... libels... and dreams... to set my brother Clarence and the king... in deadly hate the one against the other.
Slanders and libels, mobs, seditions, and then the hissing snakes, the burning torches and haggard horrors of civil war.
You wish to defend libels against his majesty's representatives? Certainly not.
Are we to stand by and hear our nature libelled and besmirched? I have tried to speak the truth as I saw it.
It'll just make it a bigger story. - David, he signed an agreement that he wouldn't talk to the press... and now he's libelled me by saying I faked the figures.
The paper libelled someone.
You are aware, Lady Wren, are you not, that if certain statements... made in your book are false or misleading... then madam Ducros has been most cruelly libelled... for which she can justly claim damages.
Your father fought when he was libelled.
Because, if you happen to be a large monopoly... attacking a trade union... or a "Tory" paper libelling a Labor leader... then he is the best.
Are we to stand by and hear our nature libelled and besmirched? I have tried to speak the truth as I saw it.
It'll just make it a bigger story. - David, he signed an agreement that he wouldn't talk to the press... and now he's libelled me by saying I faked the figures.
The paper libelled someone.
You are aware, Lady Wren, are you not, that if certain statements... made in your book are false or misleading... then madam Ducros has been most cruelly libelled... for which she can justly claim damages.
Your father fought when he was libelled.
Because, if you happen to be a large monopoly... attacking a trade union... or a "Tory" paper libelling a Labor leader... then he is the best.

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