Thesaurus / scandals


Be not surprised that the sea of Scandals is wellnigh drunk up by the draughts I have taken of it.

There are scandals which we must spare the Church, which is not, cannot be guilty.

Only for a time; for again there were scandals, and he was expelled the diocese.

A liberal journalist and a chronicler of scandals were synonymous terms.

The Growth of a SoulAugust Strindberg

Nor were they by any means the last to be dismissed or to take their departure, for other scandals were brought to light.

And so they wish to seal up in a public gaol the scandals of a private asylum.

Utopia of Usurers and other EssaysGilbert Keith Chesterton

The last she opened had the reputation of being a repository of scandals, never to be depended on, as she well knew.

Jacqueline, Complete(Mme. Blanc) Th. Bentzon

Be a good husband; and so give the lie to all your enemies; and make them ashamed of their scandals.

Clarissa, Volume 4 (of 9)Samuel Richardson

And this Church of England of ours—I say it with shame—is full of scandals.

Two Sides of the FaceArthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

That explains why these scandals are hushed up if the police chance to discover them.

L-basJ. K. Huysmans


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