Scandalize in a Sentence

Definition of Scandalize

to shock someone by doing something horrifying or immoral

Use Scandalize in a sentence

The nun’s marriage to the priest was enough news to scandalize the entire town.

News of his affair did not scandalize his wife as she had known for quite some time.

Failing to scandalize the community and ruin the president’s legacy, his opponent racked his brain for a new plan.

Evil Queen’s attack on Snow White was enough to shock and scandalize the entire kingdom.

A trashy publication like the one you are reading serves no purpose but to scandalize the readers with its shocking stories.

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