scandalise : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v strike with disgust or revulsion
- Arun Jaitley in Hindu
Mr. Jaitley said: "The petitioner's intention was not to scandalise the judiciary. Even if it is one instance, if that helped the judiciary correct itself there is nothing wrong in that. In any sting operation done with a hidden camera, the...
- Antonis Samaras in Reuters
All great projects challenge and scandalise,said Culture Minister Antonis Samaras. "But it is these projects that mark their era."
- Italo Calvino in guardian.co.uk
This Teddy Boy,Calvino writes of Arrabal, "who had come to America to scandalise others is totally terrified at his first encounter with the American avant-garde and suddenly is revealed as the poor little Spanish boy who up until a few...