Adjective(1) expressing offensive reproach
(1) These scurrilous and totally unfounded allegations will be proven false in a court room.(2) The further matter, that of being scurrilous and spreading speculation, is a matter for voyeurs, not Ministers.(3) It is a repetitious and tedious work, a mixture of scholarship and scurrilous invective, but Milton himself was well satisfied with it.(4) It doesn't matter how awful the accusation is, it doesn't matter how scurrilous and unfounded it is.(5) No insult was deemed too scurrilous to hurl at Honeyford.(6) Once again the press enthusiastically publicised these scurrilous claims.(7) This remains a balanced view which answers the many scurrilous attacks by academics and popular writers out to debunk.(8) Well I suppose you all know what I'm assuming: that within the Liberal Party there are strategies to discredit the Greens, of which this scurrilous attack is an example.(9) Those claims were both hypothetical and injudicious and could hinder police investigations when ensued by the ranting claims and scurrilous allegations by a small number of egocentric politicians.(10) The work was widely attacked as blasphemous and scurrilous , occasionally praised as blunt and plain; its apparent flippancy was certainly intended to be provocative, and long remained so.(11) They have accepted hearsay, endorsed scurrilous attacks, and walked away from their responsibilities as pastoral shepherds and teachers.(12) To speak of them in those terms that he did represents a scurrilous attack on their dedication and professionalism and I condemn it utterly.(13) But the most scurrilous attack came during the height of last summer's gas price boom.(14) Seems he's learned to hold back the tears and keep a stiff upper lip when political operatives spread scurrilous lies and outright falsehoods.(15) The scurrilous claim is based on a survey that showed smoking levels were falling among teenagers.(16) That's an attitude that really resonates with the LGBT community, which has had to face down scurrilous attacks for years.
3. libelous ::
4. scandalous ::
6. offensive ::
7. gross ::
8. abusive ::
9. vituperative ::
10. malicious ::
11. bitchy ::
Different Formsscurrilous, scurrilously, scurrilousness
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