esclandre

noun
es·​clandre | \esklääⁿdr(ᵊ), -d(rə)\
plural esclandres\ " \

Definition of esclandre 

: an incident that arouses unpleasant talk or gives rise to scandal : a public unpleasant altercation : scene

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History and Etymology for esclandre

French, from Middle French, scandal

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