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Today's word is vilify, spelled V-I-L-I-F-Y.

Vilify is a verb that means to lower in estimation or importance. It can also mean to utter slanderous and abusive statements against, to defame. Here is the word used in a sentence by Evan Peter Smith in the Zanesville, Ohio Times Recorder.

"But her daughter denies the allegations against her mother. Instead, she believes the person who made the initial complaints was merely looking to vilify her mother after her own termination."

The word vilify came to English by way of the Middle English and Late Latin words derived from the Latin adjective vilis, meaning "cheap" or "vile." It first appeared in English in the 15th century. Also debuting during that time was another verb that derives from vilis and has a similar meaning: vilipend. When they were first used in English, both vilify and vilipend meant to regard someone or something as being of little worth or importance. Vilipend now carries an additional meaning of "to express a low opinion of somebody," while vilify means, more specifically, to express such an opinion publicly in a way that intends to embarrass a person or ruin his or her reputation.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]2015-07-31 How to Use a Word

Today's word is vilify, spelled V-I-L-I-F-Y. Vilify is a verb, that means to lower an estimation or importance. It can also mean to utter slanders and abusive statement against to defend.

Here's the word used in a sentence by **** Peter Smith in th Zeans **** Recorder.

But her daughter denies the alligation against her mother. Instead, she believes the person who made the initial complaints was nearly looking to vilify her mother after her own termination.
The word vilify came to English by way of the middle English and late Latin words, derived from the Latin adjectives named vilis, meaning cheap or vile. It first appeared in English in the first 15th century. Also **** was another

verb that derives from the word vilis and has a similar meaning, vilapend. When they were first used in English, Both vilify and vilipend meant to regard someone or something as been of little worth or importance. Vilipend now carries an additional meaning of to express a low opinion of somebody, while vilify means more specificly to express such an opinion publicly in a way that intends to embarrass a person or ruin his or her reputation.

I'm Peter Sokolovski, with your Word of the Day.

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Today's word is "vilify",spelled v-i-l-i-f-y.Vilify is a verb,that means to lower estimation or importance.It can also mean to other slanders and abusive statement against to define.Here's the word  used in a sentence by Aven Peter. Smith in an OHELY times recorder.But her daughter denies allegation against her mother.Instead,she believes the person who made the intial complaints was nearly looking to vilify her mother after her own determination.The word vilify came to english by way of the middle English and late Latin words derived from latin attitives vilies meaning cheap or vale.It first appeared in English in the 15th century ,also day...during that time was another verb that derives from vilies and has similar meanings vilipends.When they were first used in English,both  vilify and vilipend meant to regard someone or something as being of little worth or importance.vilipend now carries additional meanings of to express low opinion of somebody while vilify means, more specifically,to express such opinions publicly in a way that intends to embarrase a person or ruin his or her reputation.
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