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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scandalize.


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  • Sudeikis' Gervais scandalizes awards audience after awards audience, taking on children, animals and even flowers, relishing every, "oh, yes, I went there" moment.

    'SNL' Slams Ricky Gervais, Golden Globes Hosting Hype (VIDEO)

  • The public no longer seems as enchanted with the president; he disappoints the left and scandalizes the right.

    The Anti-Obama

  • Part of what scandalizes us about political sex scandals is that they force us to consider things we don't think it's any of our business to consider ... things like Eliot Spitzer's socks.

    Sex and the single-minded journalists

  • After bearing her first husband 19 children, Emily later scandalizes both the aristocracy and her sisters when she remarries after Leinster's death to her children's tutor, a younger Scotsman named William Ogilvie with whom she had been having an affair.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • That's about 10 percentage points higher than the OECD average, or nearly twice the 20% "bribe tax" that scandalizes Mr. Obama.

    Obama Gets It Right on Africa

  • Lest anything that scandalizes Washington's gravity and banality should appear where an eagle now adorns our most used coin?

    A Two-Bit, And Fine, Idea

  • Andrea Mitchell summed the whole thing up devastatingly -- "Reverend Wright told Moyers Obama's speech was political" -- proving yet again that nothing scandalizes Americans more than the truth.

    Andrew Foster Altschul: Of Sharks in the Water, Superdelegates, and Hannah Montana's Breasts

  • Keegan's conservative credentials are impeccable, but her second principle scandalizes some conservatives: local control is the enemy of change driven by competition from charter schools.

    Straight Talk From Arizona

  • The prideful breaking of accepted Church practice by substituting the ritual of a religion that denies Christ, on the grounds that it is more pious than the approved Catholic practices, desecrates the Church, scandalizes the observers, and blasphemes the Lord.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • "It scandalizes the Japanese that we are so strict, intolerant, so unaccepting of diversity," the Jesuit said.

    Archive 2008-01-20


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