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scurrile

adjective scur·rile \ˈskər-əl, ˈskə-rəl\

Definition of SCURRILE

Variants of SCURRILE

scur·rile or scur·ril \ˈskər-əl, ˈskə-rəl\

Examples of SCURRILE

  1. <performs a scurrile comedy routine that is guaranteed to rile people on the right>

Origin of SCURRILE

Middle French scurrile, from Latin scurrilis, from scurra buffoon
First Known Use: 1567

Rhymes with SCURRILE

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