scurrilously


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scur·ri·lous

 (skûr′ə-ləs, skŭr′-)
adj.
1. Given to the use of vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
2. Expressed in vulgar, coarse, or abusive language.
3. Of a malicious or slanderous nature; defamatory: "The law affords them wide First Amendment protection ... even when they write scurrilous lies" (Richard Curtis).

scur′ri·lous·ly adv.
scur′ri·lous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.scurrilously - in a scurrilously manner; "one paper scurrilously described how Edward was neglecting a bereaved mother to dance attendance on Wally"
Translations
ببَذاءَه
sprostě
fornærmendegroft
ordenáré módon
á meinyrtan hátt
sövüp sayarak

scurrilously

[ˈskʌrɪləslɪ] ADVcon calumnias

scurrilously

adv (= abusively)verleumderisch; (= indecently)unflätig, zotig

scurrilously

[ˈskʌrɪləslɪ] advin modo scurrile

scurrilous

(ˈskariləs) , ((American) ˈskə:-) adjective
insulting or abusive. a scurrilous poem.
ˈscurrilously adverb
ˈscurrilousness noun
References in classic literature ?
Nay," interrupted the Friar, "I bid thee speak not so scurrilously neither, lest thou mayst perchance feel the prick of an inch or so of blue steel.
Before he became government spokesman, Christodoulides and his missus, who is also a foreign ministry employee, were both posted abroad collecting double salaries, but this was not a case of rusfeti, as the press had scurrilously implied at the time.
THE TWANG DYNASTY Deke Leonard (Northdown Publishing 2012) The erstwhile Man guitarist scurrilously funny 2014 tale of life on the road recounts the time he walked out on stage in 1967 and discovered there was only one person sitting in the audience.
Publius" might refer to Ovid's full name, Publius Ovidius Naso, especially in a book that also contains some scurrilously entertaining verse from the Latin poet in the form of Marlowe's translations.
All you people of Christ that come here oppressed, imprisoned and scurrilously derided; gather yourselves together, your wives and little ones and .
Reviewing Le Desordre et la nuit (1958), he remarks somewhat scurrilously that, if director Gilies Grangier is appreciated by his producers, it is because he spares them any surprises.
One scurrilously suggests that the Company ceased to exist hundreds of years ago, and that the sacred disorder of our lives is purely hereditary, traditional; another believes that the Company is eternal, and teaches that it shall endure until the last night, when the last god shall annihilate the earth.
But I'm sure their pain is as nothing compared to that visited upon Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, who is suing Forbes Rich List for scurrilously and cruelly suggesting he's only worth PS20billion, which makes him only the 26th-wealthiest gent on the planet.
Wolf went so far as to scurrilously compare Bigelow's film to Leni
He then proceeded to say why he thought her book wasn't credited--"besides being dark, spooky, and powerful, [it] was also scurrilously and viciously antisemitic, filled with descriptions like 'the cruel Jews' (101), 'the crime of the Jews' (85), and 'the Jews, having exhausted their barbarity .
Writing scurrilously about the queen was a dangerous activity.
She takes to task proclaimers who see freedom as some entitlement to smash and destroy the property of others, to unleash mobs which bring fear to citizens, who lift not a finger to admonish wanton and mindless violence, and who scurrilously and secretly sponsor sectarianism with a view to destroying the very fabric of Bahraini society.