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adverb as in shamefully

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He acquired $1 billion worth of art and tangled scandalously with the authorities.

And any lover of “Seinfeld” would regard banning the “Soup Nazi” episode as scandalously un-American.

Michael Gorra on a new history of their dismal lives—and how Dickens scandalously abandoned their mother after years of marriage.

“I love everything scandalously starting afresh, all connected and confused,” she writes.

China believes that the U.S. is mistakenly and scandalously holding it responsible for deep-seated made-in-America problems.

When Bobby was in good spirits the marching music got into his legs and set him to dancing scandalously.

I freely give up my life as a just forfeit to my country, whose laws I have scandalously outraged.

For a boy who was ordinarily so sober as Henry, such conduct was scandalously riotous.

And he saw socks that were as scandalously brilliant as spun turquoises or knitted opals.

If we don't make it up within six months and if you don't behave scandalously the Decree is made absolute.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scandalously, such as: cruelly, disgracefully, indecently, shockingly, and wrongly.

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