scandalise


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scandalise


Past participle: scandalised
Gerund: scandalising

Imperative
scandalise
scandalise
Present
I scandalise
you scandalise
he/she/it scandalises
we scandalise
you scandalise
they scandalise
Preterite
I scandalised
you scandalised
he/she/it scandalised
we scandalised
you scandalised
they scandalised
Present Continuous
I am scandalising
you are scandalising
he/she/it is scandalising
we are scandalising
you are scandalising
they are scandalising
Present Perfect
I have scandalised
you have scandalised
he/she/it has scandalised
we have scandalised
you have scandalised
they have scandalised
Past Continuous
I was scandalising
you were scandalising
he/she/it was scandalising
we were scandalising
you were scandalising
they were scandalising
Past Perfect
I had scandalised
you had scandalised
he/she/it had scandalised
we had scandalised
you had scandalised
they had scandalised
Future
I will scandalise
you will scandalise
he/she/it will scandalise
we will scandalise
you will scandalise
they will scandalise
Future Perfect
I will have scandalised
you will have scandalised
he/she/it will have scandalised
we will have scandalised
you will have scandalised
they will have scandalised
Future Continuous
I will be scandalising
you will be scandalising
he/she/it will be scandalising
we will be scandalising
you will be scandalising
they will be scandalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been scandalising
you have been scandalising
he/she/it has been scandalising
we have been scandalising
you have been scandalising
they have been scandalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been scandalising
you will have been scandalising
he/she/it will have been scandalising
we will have been scandalising
you will have been scandalising
they will have been scandalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been scandalising
you had been scandalising
he/she/it had been scandalising
we had been scandalising
you had been scandalising
they had been scandalising
Conditional
I would scandalise
you would scandalise
he/she/it would scandalise
we would scandalise
you would scandalise
they would scandalise
Past Conditional
I would have scandalised
you would have scandalised
he/she/it would have scandalised
we would have scandalised
you would have scandalised
they would have scandalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.scandalise - strike with disgust or revulsionscandalise - strike with disgust or revulsion; "The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends"
churn up, sicken, disgust, nauseate, revolt - cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of; "The pornographic pictures sickened us"
Translations
يَصْدُم، يُثير الإشْمِئْزاز
hneyksla

scandal

(ˈskӕndl) noun
1. something that is considered shocking or disgraceful. The price of such food is a scandal.
2. an outburst of public indignation caused by something shocking or disgraceful. Her love affair caused a great scandal amongst the neighbours; They kept the matter secret, in order to avoid a scandal.
3. gossip. all the latest scandal.
ˈscandalize, ˈscandalise verb
to shock or horrify. Their behaviour used to scandalize the neighbours.
ˈscandalous adjective
1. shocking or disgraceful.
2. (of stories etc) containing scandal.
ˈscandalously adverb
in a disgraceful way.
References in periodicals archive ?
To scandalise the court or act for bringing the Supreme Court into hatred, ridicule or contempt was not even the last thing on his mind and whatever stated might have been taken into account without relevance to the context due to media reporting, he added.
In his petition, he prayed to the court to initiate contempt of court proceedings against the former premier under article 204 (2b) of the constitution that reads: 'A court shall have the power to punish any person who (a) abuses, interferes with or obstruct the process of the court in any way or (b) scandalise the court or otherwise does anything which tends to bring the court or a judge of the court into hatred, ridicule or contempt.
Rejected by him, Constance then starts an affair with gamekeeper Mellors (Richard Madden from Game Of Thrones), a liaison which would scandalise society were it ever to become public knowledge.