scandalise


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Synonyms for scandalise

strike with disgust or revulsion

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He contended that all these statements fall under the contempt of court law and to scandalise the courts.
Ce programme revele par l'ex-prestataire de la NSA, Edward Snowden, a scandalise les Americains.
Mrs Henderson Presents (12A) Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins scandalise London10.
In his petition, he prayed to the court to initiate contempt of court proceedings against the former prime minister 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.
and he were thrown into the sea than that he should scandalise one of these little ones.