scandal (n.) Old form(s): scandall
disgraceful reputation, scandalous imputation
3H6 II.i.149[Richard to Edward and Warwick, of Warwick] Oft have I heard his praises in pursuit, / But ne'er till now his scandal of retire
Ham II.i.29[Polonius to Reynaldo, of Laertes] You must not put another scandal on him, / That he is open to incontinency
WT I.ii.330[Leontes to Camillo] [would I] Give scandal to the blood o'th' Prince, my son
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