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Poetic Definitions: vilification
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Particularly scornful or contemptuous.
falsest
phoniest
glittering
backbiting
But never dear, valuable or precious.
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— Bettie Howard
Yoda
Vilification: Master, am I false?

A disparagement, before time you were!
An endorsement, you have not been!
A honor, you are not!
A slander, you will always be!

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— Reba Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term vilification
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for defamation

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Aubrey Foster
Waka
Just like the affronts,
they're terrifically wrong.
No, never corrupt!
To affront, offend or hurt.
Being ill, evil or bad.

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— Elisa Cooper
Verse (modern)
Vilification

If vilification is rarely in verse, then qualification may have been the curse!
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— Elsa Marshal
Unitoum
Vilification

Aspersion
pulled
smear
moved

pulled
dim
moved
blooded

dim
lighten
blooded
clarify

lighten
smear
clarify
aspersion.
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— Betsy Ros
Tanaka
Malicious gossip
to be contemptuous of
cast aspersions on
A furor or furore.
Being villainous or vile.

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— Hannah Innocent
Rondelet
Vilification

Pull to pieces,
base of active ingredient.
Pull to pieces,
academy of sciences.
Production safety department,
liabilities engagement.
Pull to pieces.

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— Joanna Leopold
Quinzaine
Vilification

Libels are many slanders.
Can you believe it?
Are they snide?

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— Isabel Leith
Pi (π)
Can I fake a pulse, disclosed so people might see
Newly edifying overviews, largely nurturing, and oh but imparted free?
Defame or vilify feel all too manifest. But is spanked?
Aspersion, smear? - or backbite, censured? Damn! I deserted swanked!
I wonder denigrate and sometimes disparage, but happily ought I
- speak concepts so - abstracts fetched from computers spry?
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— Arnold Red
Octosyllable
Really fissured and groundless.
But also tattered and fruitless.
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— Bessie Silver
Nonet
hold somebody up to ridicule
defamation of character
defamatory statement
an affront or offence
vituperation
denigration
calumny
slander
smear
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— Elsie Justice
Mirror Cinquain
vilification
untrue, void
lying, abusing, cursing
a disparagement, detraction or depreciation
aspersion
libel
formerly, defamation generally, whether oral or written
blackening, reviling, discrediting
huge, great
slander
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— Ana Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young gal from Wibel,
She wanted a word for libel.
      Like twat expander?
      But then thought slander!
So smart that lady from Wibel.
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— Samantha Valentine
Kural
Defamation, insult, aspersion, smear
Contumely's invective vituperations

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— Annette Harding
Haiku (terse)
Vilification
inevitability
calumniation

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— Annie Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Superimposing
undenominational
recitativo

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— Grace Benson
Haiku (modern)
Can you denigrate?
Virulent fabrications,
rows and falsities.

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— Anita Tate
Gnomic
A defilement, contamination or pollution.
An abatement, diminution or reduction.

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— Anne Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
smear
slander
aspersion
vituperation
a scandal or ignominy

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— Shmuel Harvey
Diamante
Vilification
foul, blemished
effacing, obliterating, depreciating
smear, slur ..... commendation, acclamation
aggrandizing, enhancing, intensifying
medium, panegyric
applause
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— Gloria Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
vilification
hatchet job
a malicious attack
a falsity or falsehood
aspersion

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— Nancy Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
vilification
or slander
and insult put
up with an affront.
insulting!

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— Anna Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
slander
proceed slowly
to speak maliciously
bring an accusation against
scandal
in addressing a third party
corruption of morals
shout noisily
libel
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— Lisa Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Virulent
invective
lordly
infamy
filthy
insolent
contemptuous
arrogant
torpid
injurious
offensive
nonchalant
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— John Arnold

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.