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- Jul 2020
Finally, the third, often forgotten, situation is that of a slanderer who makes unfavourable but true comments about another without any valid reason for doing so.
The second situation occurs when a person says unpleasant things about another when he or she ought to have known they are false. A reasonable person generally refrains from sharing negative information about others if he or she has reason to doubt its veracity.
- reason to doubt / be skeptical
- ought to have known
- what a reasonable person would do
- rare / less-often seen/used / often forgotten
- negative/unpleasant information