Scandalize



verb (used with object), scandalized, scandalizing.
1.
to shock or horrify by something considered immoral or improper.
2.
Nautical. to spill the wind from or reduce the exposed area of (a sail) in an unusual manner.
verb
1.
(transitive) to shock, as by improper behaviour

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    [skan-dl-muhng-ger, -mong-] /ˈskæn dlˌmʌŋ gər, -ˌmɒŋ-/ noun 1. a person who spreads scandal or gossip. scandalmonger /ˈskændəlˌmʌŋɡə/ noun 1. a person who spreads or enjoys scandal, gossip, etc

  • Scandalous

    adjective 1. disgraceful; shameful or shocking; improper: scandalous behavior in public. 2. defamatory or libelous, as a speech or writing. 3. attracted to or preoccupied with scandal, as a person: a scandalous, vicious gossip.



  • Scandalously

    adjective 1. disgraceful; shameful or shocking; improper: scandalous behavior in public. 2. defamatory or libelous, as a speech or writing. 3. attracted to or preoccupied with scandal, as a person: a scandalous, vicious gossip.

  • Scandal-sheet

    noun 1. a newspaper or magazine that emphasizes scandal or gossip. scandal sheet



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