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Scandalising

ˈskæn.dəl.aɪz

Meanings of Scandalising:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Meanings of Scandalize:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Scandalized

ˈskand(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Scandalized:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Scandalizes

ˈskæn.dəl.aɪz

Meanings of Scandalizes:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Scandalizing

ˈskæn.dəl.aɪz

Meanings of Scandalizing:

verb

Shock or horrify (someone) by a real or imagined violation of propriety or morality.

Usage examples:

Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts

Meanings of Scandalmonger:

noun

A person who stirs up public outrage towards someone or their actions by spreading rumours or malicious gossip.

Usage examples:

It wasn't only the scandalmongers of tabloid journalism who were outraged.

Scandalous

ˈskandələs

Meanings of Scandalous:

adjective

Causing general public outrage by a perceived offence against morality or law.

Usage examples:

A series of scandalous liaisons

Scandalously

ˈskæn.dəl.əs.li

Meanings of Scandalously:

adverb

In a way or to a degree that shocks people or makes them feel annoyed or upset

Usage examples:

Scandalously expensive, scandalously, these extraordinary claims won't be investigated.

Scandals

ˈskæn.dəl

Meanings of Scandals:

noun

An action or event regarded as morally or legally wrong and causing general public outrage.

Usage examples:

A bribery scandal involving one of his key supporters

Scandent

ˈskandənt

Meanings of Scandent:

adjective

(especially of a graptolite) having a climbing habit.

Usage examples:

Despite its sand dune habitat and shortage of host support plants, this variety of clematis shows m…

Scandinavia

ˌskæn.dɪˈneɪ.vi.ə

Meanings of Scandinavia:

proper noun

A large peninsula in north-western europe, occupied by norway and sweden. it is bounded by the arctic ocean on the north, the atlantic ocean on the west, and the baltic sea on the south and the east.

noun

A region of northern europe that includes denmark, norway, and sweden

Scandinavian

ˌskæn.dɪˈneɪ.vi.ən

Meanings of Scandinavian:

adjective

Relating to scandinavia, its people, or their languages.

Usage examples:

Scores of yorkshire dialect words have remarkably similar counterparts in modern scandinavian langu…
noun

A native or inhabitant of scandinavia, or a person of scandinavian descent.

Usage examples:

The dutch and early english merchants created a gateway town that became a melting pot of germans, …

Scandinavians

ˌskæn.dɪˈneɪ.vi.ən

Meanings of Scandinavians:

noun

A native or inhabitant of scandinavia, or a person of scandinavian descent.

Usage examples:

The dutch and early english merchants created a gateway town that became a melting pot of germans, …
adjective

Relating to scandinavia, its people, or their languages.

Usage examples:

Scores of yorkshire dialect words have remarkably similar counterparts in modern scandinavian langu…

Scandium

ˈskandɪəm

Meanings of Scandium:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 21, a soft silvery-white metal generally included among the rare earth elements.

Usage examples:

Examples of transition metals include vanadium, chromium, iron, cobalt, manganese, nickel, scandium…

Meanings of Scannable:

adjective

Able to be read or copied by a scanner

Usage examples:

The products have scannable barcodes.

Meanings of Scanned:

verb

Look at all parts of (something) carefully in order to detect some feature.

Usage examples:

He raised his binoculars to scan the coast
noun

An act of scanning someone or something.

Usage examples:

A quick scan of the sports page

Scanner

ˈskanə

Meanings of Scanner:

noun

A device for examining, reading, or monitoring something.

Usage examples:

Merlin checked the readings of a hand scanner that was strapped to his left arm and grunted.

Meanings of Scanners:

noun

A device for examining, reading, or monitoring something.

Usage examples:

Merlin checked the readings of a hand scanner that was strapped to his left arm and grunted.

Meanings of Scanning:

verb

Look at all parts of (something) carefully in order to detect some feature.

Usage examples:

He raised his binoculars to scan the coast
noun

An act of scanning someone or something.

Usage examples:

A quick scan of the sports page

Scans

skæn

Meanings of Scans:

verb

Look at all parts of (something) carefully in order to detect some feature.

Usage examples:

He raised his binoculars to scan the coast
noun

An act of scanning someone or something.

Usage examples:

A quick scan of the sports page

Scansion

ˈʃkæn.ʃən

Meanings of Scansion:

noun

The action of scanning a line of verse to determine its rhythm.

Usage examples:

The verse defies easy scansion

Scant

skant

Meanings of Scant:

adjective

Barely sufficient or adequate.

Usage examples:

Companies with scant regard for the safety of future generations
verb

Provide grudgingly or in insufficient amounts.

Usage examples:

He does not scant his attention to the later writings

Scanted

skant

Meanings of Scanted:

verb

Provide grudgingly or in insufficient amounts.

Usage examples:

He does not scant his attention to the later writings
adjective

Barely sufficient or adequate.

Usage examples:

Companies with scant regard for the safety of future generations

Meanings of Scanter:

adjective

Very little or not much

Usage examples:

I paid scant attention to the movie’s plot., pour the batter by scant 1/4 cups onto the hot griddle.

Scantier

ˈskanti

Meanings of Scantier:

adjective

Small or insufficient in quantity or amount.

Usage examples:

They paid whatever they could out of their scanty wages to their families
plural noun

Women's skimpy knickers or pants.

Usage examples:

A few years ago one great british institution moved from selling sensible big pants to scanties.

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