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shock

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to affect with a strong feeling of moral aversion

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strike with disgust or revulsion

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Former Cathedral School pupil Tobias says: "Nancy and Henry's relationship scandalised society and led to a highly charged con-flict with Nancy's mother, Lady Emerald Cunard.
But when the tables are turned society seems to be scandalised.
Dr Hwang scandalised the international scientific community in 2005 when his breakthrough human cloning research involving embryonic stem cells was found to have been faked.
So is Marianne - but the days when she jetted around the world with Mick Jagger and scandalised society are long gone.
FORMER Sotheby's chairman Alfred Taubman was jailed for a year and fined more than pounds 5m in New York yesterday for his part in a price-fixing scheme that scandalised the auction industry.
And last night the 54-year-old, whose age gap with the Princess once scandalised the royal family, said: "I have lost a special, charming friend.
STEPHEN FRY imperious as Oscar Wilde, penalised in his prime when imprisoned for an affair which scandalised Victorian London.
But can somebody explain to me why Carla would probably be amused to hear that Leanne had slept with a man she'd only just met, but is scandalised by the part about asking him for money?
They say they are scandalised at the announcement, that staff are distressed, and that the losses are an attack on public services.
A GRAPHIC statue of a naked man with a giant erection scandalised the Austrian city of Salzburg yesterday during preparations for its annual festival.
We love to sit in the comfort of our homes being scandalised by the behaviour we watch on TV.
A RESPECTED vicar has scandalised his flock by leaving his wife for a married churchwarden.
Hildegard Knef, a smoky-voiced actress who starred in Germany's first post Second World War film and scandalised church officials with a 1951 nude scene, died yesterday aged 76.
After increasing its profits by putting up bills by 21 per cent this year, this has scandalised many of our readers.
It may result, if it hasn't already, in good people being unwilling to come forward to serve publicly if their private lives are to be scandalised to boost the circulation of newspapers.