scan·da·lum mag·na·tum | \ ˈskandᵊləmˌmagˈnātəm\
plural scandala magnatum\ -ᵊləˌ- \
Definition of scandalum magnatum
: a defamatory speech or writing published to the injury of a peer, judge, or other great officer of England
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