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Detraction

De`trac´tion
n.1.A taking away or withdrawing.
The detraction of the eggs of the said wild fowl.
- Bacon.
2.The act of taking away from the reputation or good name of another; a lessening or cheapening in the estimation of others; the act of depreciating another, from envy or malice; calumny.
Noun1.detraction - a petty disparagement
Synonyms: petty criticism
2.detraction - the act of discrediting or detracting from someone's reputation (especially by slander); "let it be no detraction from his merits to say he is plainspoken"
aspersion, backbiting, backstabbing, belittlement, calumniation, calumny, character assassination, damage, defamation, depreciation, disparagement, harm, hurt, injury, injustice, libel, libeling, maligning, scandal, slander, sycophancy, tale, vilification, wrong
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