Scandal



noun
1.
a disgraceful or discreditable action, circumstance, etc.
2.
an offense caused by a fault or misdeed.
3.
damage to reputation; public disgrace.
4.
defamatory talk; malicious gossip.
5.
a person whose conduct brings disgrace or offense.
verb (used with object), scandaled, scandaling or (especially British) scandalled, scandalling.
6.
British Dialect. to defame (someone) by spreading scandal.
7.
Obsolete. to disgrace.
noun
1.
a disgraceful action or event: his negligence was a scandal
2.
censure or outrage arising from an action or event
3.
a person whose conduct causes reproach or disgrace
4.
malicious talk, esp gossip about the private lives of other people
5.
(law) a libellous action or statement
verb (transitive) (obsolete)
6.
to disgrace
7.
to scandalize

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