What is another word for scandalously?

Pronunciation: [skˈandələsli] (IPA)

Scandalously is an intense word that is often used to describe something that is inappropriate, immoral, or offensive. There are many synonyms for this word that can be used interchangeably, depending on the context. Some of the most common synonyms for scandalously include shamefully, outrageously, indecently, disgracefully, shockingly, and offensively. Each of these words can be used to convey a similar meaning as scandalously, often by emphasizing the severity or negativity of a particular situation. Additionally, other words such as heinously, improperly, and wickedly can also be used for a more extreme connotation.

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Usage examples for Scandalously

She was thinking of the rebuilt typewriter, advertised as being exactly as good as a new one, and scandalously cheap, for which she had sold her watch to Arline Hawley to get money to buy.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
There is no strong sceptical or anti-religious sentiment; but a spreading conviction that the official pastors are scandalously careless in supplying the wants of their flocks.
"English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century"
Leslie Stephen
The very folk who gossiped so scandalously about her were most eager to catch her eye in public or to secure an invitation to the great mansion on the Harlem.
"Superwomen"
Albert Payson Terhune

Famous quotes with Scandalously

  • Morality, taken as apart from religion, is but another name for decency in sin. It is just that negative species of virtue which consists in not doing what is scandalously depraved and wicked. But there is no heart of holy principle in it, any more than there is in the grosser sin.
    Horace Bushnell
  • It seemed odd to Joel that nature did not reflect so solemn an event: flowers of cotton-boll clouds within a sky as scandalously blue as kitten-eyes were offensive to their sweet disrespect.
    Truman Capote

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