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Correct spelling:
Scandalized
Definition:
of Scandalize

Synonyms:

verb
displeased
disgusted, Repelled, bothered, riled, angered, irritated, provoked, Grated, shocked, disturbed, displeased, annoyed, disappointed, Jarred, aggrieved, offended.
shamed
humiliated, Ostracized, disgraced, showed up, discomfited, exposed, debunked, shown up, Ridiculed, Mocked.
slandered
smeared, besmeared, Calumniated, badmouthed, tarnished, besmirched, discredited, dishonored, Vilified, Traduced, blackened, Pilloried, Detracted, Libeled, sullied, denigrated, Stigmatized, Slandered, shamed, maligned, Denounced, Defamed.
Examples of usage:
  1. On that he lifted his hands to heaven, scandalized, and then paddled away pretty smartly- to report, I suppose. – An Outcast of the Islands by Joseph Conrad
  2. On the return of the travellers, a few days before they commenced their journey to the capital, John laughingly told his uncle that, although he himself greatly admired the taste of Mr. Peter Johnson in dress, yet he doubted whether the present style of fashions in the metropolis would not be scandalized by the appearance of the honest steward. – Precaution by James Fenimore Cooper
  3. " I thought you'd be scandalized. – The Story of a Doctor's Telephone--Told by His Wife by Ellen M. Firebaugh
  4. He received it from her hand, bent his head over it devoutly, and ate it, unconscious of the scandalized looks of the deacon, who knew nothing of the miserable object thus accepting rather than claiming a share in the common hope of men. – Malcolm by George MacDonald
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