Definitions

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  • v. Alternative spelling of scandalized.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of scandalized.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Apostle abstain because they were to be scandalised, that is, made worse and more wicked calumniators by the circumcising of Titus, as I have showed; (410) so that albeit we know not to take care for the displeasing of men that maliciously (as necessary) abstaining from that which is lawful to be done, yet must we take care for scandalising them and making them worse; rather, ere that be, we ought to abstain from the use of our liberty.

    The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • Professor Philip James, who was the lead adviser to the government on the setting up of the Food Standards Agency, and until recently chair of the International Obesity Task Force, said he was "scandalised" by the government inviting industry to help draft public health policy.

    Diane Abbott demands inquiry into corporations' role in health policy

  • Zukanovic, from Melbourne, had "scandalised" the court and "challenged its authority" by looking in the magistrate's direction and deliberately blowing and popping a bubble, the charge sheet said.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • In handing down the guilty verdict, the judge, Quentin Loh, said Shadrake had "scandalised"

    The Guardian World News

  • He welcomed the ANC Youth League's attempt to raise questions around transformation of the mining sector, including nationalisation, and said the SACP was not "scandalised" by such discussions.

    IOL: News

  • Alice Mahon, the veteran former MP, resigned from Labour on Saturday over the smears, saying she had been "scandalised" by what happened.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph

  • The Greens deserve to be more than just 'scandalised' by reds driving past in an SUV; the correct term for this right - wing-environmental-mush that is regularly served up with leftist sounding phrases is pseudo-left reaction and Keith is correct in pointing this latest serving out as '… Christian reactionary moralism posing as leftism.'

    Kasama

  • The AGC indicated that it was out to prove that the Journal had "scandalised" the court through "calculated" moves to call into question the judiciary's independence and integrity, though strictly speaking it seems to this column that only one of the articles can actually be interpreted as doing so, and even the damaging bits were almost entirely quoted from a report by the International Bar Association.

    The Online Citizen

  • "scandalised" Presbyterian help pointing the finger of triumphant scorn at such examples, the natural fruits of that mischievous book,

    Milton

  • "scandalised" by the vote which he said amounted to "oppressing a religion".

    AL JAZEERA ENGLISH (AJE)

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