[ US /ˈskændəɫ/ ]
[ UK /skˈændə‍l/ ]
  1. a disgraceful event
  2. disgraceful gossip about the private lives of other people
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How To Use scandal In A Sentence

  • One of the nastiest is the way in which male honour is seen as bound up with female behaviour so that any supposed compromise or scandal in what happens to women, even becoming a rape victim, justifies violence against them as well as against their abusers or seducers; hence the 'honour killings' of young girls that disfigure some societies even today. Temple Address: "Becoming Trustworthy: Respect and Self-Respect" Church House
  • Either way, the full story of this apparent scandal must come out. Times, Sunday Times
  • His Eminence Don Pelasio de Labastida, an eighteenth century bishop of Mexico City set a scandalous example of such indulgence in earthly pleasures. To the charreada with stars in her eyes
  • Football has been rocked by allegations that up to eight top bosses have been caught up in a bung scandal. The Sun
  • This scandal is bound to tell against him in the coming presidential election.
  • The party is struggling to win back voters who have been alienated by recent scandals.
  • It's a scandal for a city official to take tax money for his own use.
  • We do need to show that we can talk without contradiction of God's universal salvific will and the scandalous particularity of the incarnate and risen Lord.
  • But it actually is ushering in a new rationale for the media's scandal mongering.
  • The government is involved in a damage limitation exercise to minimize the effects of the scandal.
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