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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Strike with disgust or revulsion.

Usage examples (33)
  • He would simply "scandalise" his mainsail without reefing it, haul the staysail sheet to windward, and let the cutter head reach till daylight.
  • "You can criticise us, but don't scandalise us," Pikoli said.
  • Some of the few things that can still scandalise: Biblequotes
  • The TRC was being used as a propaganda forum to scandalise the for more
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