scandal (n.) Old form(s): scandall
shame, discredit, disgrace
2H6 II.iv.65[Gloucester to Duchess] yet thy scandal were not wiped away
CE V.i.15[Angelo to Antipholus of Syracuse] you would put me to this shame and trouble, / And not without some scandal to yourself
Ham I.iv.38.1[Hamlet to Horatio] The dram of evil / Doth all the noble substance of a doubt, / To his own scandal [apparently unfinished sentence]
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