Scandalous - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈskændələs|  American pronunciation of the word scandalous
Brit.  |ˈskandələs|  British pronunciation of the word scandalous

adjective

- giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation(syn: disgraceful, shameful, shocking)

scandalous behavior

Examples

Sex was a scandalous subject back then.

The magazine published scandalous pictures of the movie star.

The high price of gas these days is scandalous.

She was spreading scandalous rumors about him.

It is scandalous to behave like that.

It is scandalous that this road has so many potholes.

It's scandalous that you still haven't been paid!

...by the prudish standards of the 19th century, any depiction of the nude was scandalous...

There was a dramatic sequel to the scandalous revelations.

a scandalous misuse of public funds

He became rich and great by various oblique and scandalous ways.

his manipulation of his friends was scandalous

The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends

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