Scan"dal*ous*ly, adv.

1.

In a manner to give offense; shamefully.

His discourse at table was scandalously unbecoming the digmity of his station. Swift.

2.

With a disposition to impute immorality or wrong.

Shun their fault, who, scandalously nice, Will needs mistake an author into vice. Pope.

 

© Webster 1913.

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