Adjective(1) giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation
(1) Here's one of the most scandalous guys in the American public right now so he's got to at least be able to go into the store and be innocuous.(2) In order to protect the guilty, Morin won't name names, which is probably just as well given the litany of scandalous events chronicled in the book.(3) But to date, no one has expressed the slightest interest in this scandalous state of affairs.(4) That would be a scandalous waste of an historic building and community facility.(5) Men and women limit their greetings to a handshake; kissing in public is considered scandalous .(6) Instead, the series has drawn flak from right-wing media as a scandalous waste of NHS cash that should have been spent on direct patient care.(7) Indeed she is rightly such a firm favourite that any election would be a scandalous waste of time and money.(8) Elizabeth kept her virginity, but the affair was scandalous because Robert was already married.(9) At the moment, it's just an uncoordinated scandalous calamity.(10) The woman, it appears, had not only been jilted by the drapery assistant but he had also ‘circulated a scandalous report about her’.(11) She must have married him for his money, speculated Scotland's shocked upper classes when the scandalous news of the secret wedding ceremony leaked out.(12) Within days they were as gaping as they had ever been, and this exercise in futility simply amounts to a scandalous waste of money.(13) I find that there has not been any conduct on the part of the plaintiff that is scandalous , reprehensible or outrageous.(14) The council seems to be hell-bent on penalising the citizens of York, who are most affected by the scandalous parking charges imposed in the evening.(15) Clearly this scandalous abuse of public funds must be stopped.(16) ‘Institutional investors have been behaving in way that is little short of scandalous ,’ he contends.
(1) scandalous behavior :: рафтори scandalous
1. disgraceful ::
2. discreditable ::
3. scurrilous ::
4. shameful ::
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