from The Century Dictionary.
- See scandalization, scandalize.
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- noun the condition of being shocked (as by improper behavior)
- noun the act of scandalizing
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The USTR activities should not serve to a discrediting scandalisation of selected individuals on the basis of superficial interpretation [of sources], but mainly as a prevention against a possible return of repressive methods.
Prague Monitor 2010
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