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The scandalmonger, inhibited from doing the forbidden thing, enjoys himself by a vicarious indulgence in rottenness.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
No man is obliged to give himself away in matters of this sort, and I am no scandalmonger.
THE AVENGERE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Damn my cousin Townham for a dried-up, wiggy, pratin' little scandalmonger!
THE DOP DOCTORCLOTILDE INEZ MARY GRAVES
She was respectability personified, and complained bitterly of the misery of being tied to a scandalmonger!
THE CONFESSION OF A FOOLAUGUST STRINDBERG
So every careless slanderer, and scandalmonger credulous of evil, who believes the lies he propagates.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: EPHESIANSG. G. FINDLAY
I saw at once that did I make an ensample of this scurrilous scandalmonger I should thereby render her the talk of that vile town.
THE STROLLING SAINTRAPHAEL SABATINI
But either Mrs. Parry was not clever enough or Mrs. Morley had no secret to reveal, for the scandalmonger learned nothing.
A COIN OF EDWARD VIIFERGUS HUME
Thus his reputation as a Scots master of scurrility and a vicious scandalmonger was earned on both sides of the Atlantic.
DEFORMITIES OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, SELECTED FROM HIS WORKSANONYMOUS
The gossip, the busybody, the scandalmonger is the worst pest that infests the average town and village.
PRACTICAL ETHICSWILLIAM DEWITT HYDE
Darco was a true man, and to think of him as a scandalmonger was mere folly.
DESPAIR'S LAST JOURNEYDAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY

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