scurrilousness love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Scurrilous character; indecency of language or manners; scurrility.

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  • noun The property of being scurrilous.

Etymologies

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From scurrilous +‎ -ness

Examples

  • Obama cannot allow such scurrilousness to go unanswered.

    Lieberman: Obama Has Not Always "Put The Country First"

  • Sarah Palin by displaying "a level of viciousness and scurrilousness" in pursuing questions about her personal life.

    William Klein: Let's Lay Off Sarah Palin

  • As for the other, he is a model of wantonness and scurrilousness and a blackener of the face of hoariness; his dye acteth the foulest of lies: and the tongue of his case reciteth these lines,464

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • He said there was a level of viciousness and scurrilousness and a feeding frenzy.

    CNN Transcript Sep 3, 2008

  • Blaming the American public for the behavior of these journalists only compounds the deceit and scurrilousness of it, particularly given that nobody is more removed and insulted from what "Regular Americans" think than the coddled, pack-mentality media stars who fantasize that they are their spokesmen.

    It's All About Them

  • The slovenliness, the scurrilousness of even the wives and daughters of the well-to-do and the rich of that region would not have been tolerated in any but the lowest strata of her profession, hardly even in those sought by men of the laboring class.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise, Volume II

  • The slovenliness, the scurrilousness of even the wives and daughters of the well-to-do and the rich of that region would not have been tolerated in any but the lowest strata of her profession, hardly even in those sought by men of the laboring class.

    Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise

  • As for the other, he is a model of wantonness and scurrilousness and a blackener of the face of hoariness; his dye acteth the foulest of lies: and the tongue of his case reciteth these lines, [FN#464] 'Quoth she to me,' I see thou dy'st thy hoariness; 'and I,' I do but hide it from thy sight, O thou mine ear and eye! '

    Arabian nights. English

  • So far at least there is no "obscenity" and the scurrilousness rarely creeps over borderline, particularly remembering that (a) none of this guff was actually blogged on Red Rag, apparently a shelved project; and (b) according to veteran hack John Torode most has been Westminster gossip for months.

    Labour of Love

  • Sarah Palin by displaying "a level of viciousness and scurrilousness" in pursuing questions about her personal life.

    Reformed Chicks Blabbing

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