(?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Scandalized (); p. pr. & vb. n. Scandalizing ().] [F. scandaliser, L. scandalizare, from Gr. skandali`zein.] 1. To offend the feelings or the conscience of (a person) by some action which is considered immoral or criminal; to bring shame, disgrace, or reproach upon.
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I demand who they are whom we scandalize by using harmless things.
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The congregation looked on in silence, the better class scandalized, and the lower orders, some laughing, others backing the soldier or the minister, as their fancy dictated.
Sir W. Scott.
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2. To reproach; to libel; to defame; to slander.
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To tell his tale might be interpreted into scandalizing the order.
Sir W. Scott.
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