Examples of scandalize in a Sentence
She was scandalized by her son's behavior.
Recent Examples of scandalize from the Web
The group is 100 percent scandalized, but does seem to enjoy seeing Taka and his undercarriage at work.
Many Realists were scandalized by Ronald Reagan’s belief that the Cold War could be won.
Rather than cheer Green’s boldness, much of the British establishment was scandalized.
Although Gerber also walked the Versace runway in September, she was scandalized nonetheless by her mother’s InStyle spread, which proves that Crawford’s still got it after all these years.
The Democrats have gambled again on their ability to score against the president by scandalizing politically correct opinion and having their shrill mouthpieces in the national media blast this one around the echo chamber one more time.
Many period critics were scandalized that anyone could produce such an unflinchingly dark book, let alone a seemingly mild-mannered woman.
Her parents were scandalized when their 18-year-old daughter turned up, running around nude and simulating orgasm, in Gustav Machaty's Czech-Austrian romance Ecstasy (1933).
The plot thickens when Aneeka takes up with Lone’s pampered son, Eamonn—an Anglicization of his Muslim name, Ayman—scandalizing the politico and turning him against his son.
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First Known Use of scandalize
SCANDALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scandalize for English Language Learners
: to shock or offend (someone) by doing something immoral or illegal
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