The boss - -

I had a sit down with the boss. He told me a + b = c, The other guy in the department told me that the boss had told him c+b(a) = 2c. Two words ... slander ... defamation. Two other words F*^&#ing liar. My boss is caught... let's see ... what can I do. Hmmmm.

slander

Function: noun
Etymology: Anglo-French esclandre, from Old French escandle esclandre scandal, from Late Latin scandalum moral stumbling block, disgrace, from Greek skandalon, literally, snare, trap
1 : defamation of a person by unprivileged oral communication made to a third party; also : defamatory oral statements


de·fa·ma·tion

Function: noun1 : communication to third parties of false statements about a person that injure the reputation of or deter others from associating with that person —see also LIBEL, SLANDER

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