from The Century Dictionary.
- Scandalous; disgraceful.
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He was able to do this for his '04 campaign because his real opponents both got "scandaled" out of the primary and general.
But we're like Estonia; there doesn't happen to be a black-white opposition, or even imagine that the president had become a non-scandaled John Edwards.
By the time his chief rival Blair Hull -- who had been the frontrunner at the outset and spent 29 million of his own money -- "scandaled out," Obama had already overtaken him in all the polls.
I guess when your Senate opponents (primary and general) get scandaled out of running, it's easy to think that politics can be nice.
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