Definitions

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  • adj. vandalistic; resembling vandalism
  • adj. destructive; resembling a vandal

Etymologies

From vandal +‎ -ous. Possibly formed by analogy with scandalous. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Clinton lost because her supporters were dumb, immature and vandalous!

    Obama: We Can Duplicate Our Iowa Successes Nationwide

  • What intrigued her was the wider sense of entitlement innate in the vandalous Bullingdon antics which so embarrassed Cameron when they came out.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • As to the vandalous originator of this page, he apparently had nothing to do with his days but giggle to himself about straw-man representations of hellfire and brimstone preachers he's heard about in movies. i think the best remedy to that sort of nonsense is presenting a nuanced and intelligent discussion of the topic, and i think we've done that.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • We urge the government and security forces to bring to justice the perpetrators of these vandalous acts towards people and property, "the association added.

    Gates of Vienna

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