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Causing or characterized by disgrace; shameful
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  1. Causing or characterized by disgrace; shameful
  2. Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.
  3. Giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation.
Guilty of such a crime
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  1. Guilty of such a crime
  2. Having an exceedingly bad reputation; notorious:
  3. (Law) Convicted of a crime, such as treason or felony, that carries a severe punishment. No longer in technical use.
  1. Not respectable, lacking repute; discreditable
  2. Not fit to be seen; dirty, shabby, etc.
  3. Lacking respectability, as in character, behavior, or appearance.
Contemptible; despicable
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  1. Contemptible; despicable
  2. Degrading; humiliating
  3. Characterized by or bringing on ignominy; shameful; dishonorable; disgraceful
Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
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  1. Very cruel, evil, brutal, etc.
  2. Very bad, unpleasant, offensive, inferior, etc.
  3. Extremely evil or cruel; monstrous:
Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
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  1. Outrageously evil or wicked; abominable
  2. Wicked; abominable:
  3. (Informal) Very unappealing; ugly:
Horrible; hideous; shocking
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  1. Horrible; hideous; shocking
  2. Very unnatural or abnormal in shape, type, or character
  3. Exceptionally large; enormous:
Being well beyond the bounds of good taste:
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  1. Being well beyond the bounds of good taste:
  2. Having the nature of, involving, or doing great injury or wrong
  3. Extremely unusual or unconventional; extraordinary:
(Colloquial) Extremely bad
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  1. (Colloquial) Extremely bad
  2. Highly offensive to good taste, propriety, etc.; extremely revolting
  3. Having an effect like that of a heavy blow or shock; staggering
(Archaic) Very wicked; outrageous
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  1. (Archaic) Very wicked; outrageous
  2. Very much exceeding the usual size, number, or degree; of great size; huge; vast; immense
Full of calumnies; slanderous
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  1. Full of calumnies; slanderous
  2. Containing or implying calumny; slanderous or defamatory.
Defaming or tending to defame; slanderous
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  1. Defaming or tending to defame; slanderous
  2. Used in reference to an utterance, to indicate that it is false and harmful to the reputation of another. Used in reference to an utterance, to indicate that it is false and harmful to the reputation of another.
  1. Tending to lower in estimation; depreciative.
  2. Tending to detract or draw.
  3. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
Offensive or insulting; hurtful:
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  1. Offensive or insulting; hurtful:
  2. Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful:
  3. Injuring or likely to cause injury; harmful
Such as to excite ill will, odium, or envy; giving offense
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  1. Such as to excite ill will, odium, or envy; giving offense
  2. Offensive and unfair:
  3. Tending to rouse ill will, animosity, or resentment:
Uttering slander
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  1. Uttering slander
  2. Characterized by or constituting slander
  3. (Of something said) Both untrue and harmful to a reputation.
Involving or constituting a libel; defamatory.
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  1. Involving or constituting a libel; defamatory.
  2. (US) defamatory, libeling, referring to something that causes harm to someone's reputation especially with malice or disregard.
  3. (US) meeting the legal standards for libel.
Find another word for scandalous. In this page you can discover 23 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for scandalous, like: disgraceful, infamous, disreputable, ignominious, lewd, shameful, atrocious, heinous, monstrous, outrageous and shocking.