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Scandal, subst. opprobrium, reproach, shame, disgrace: “though I die, the s. will survive,” Lucr. 204. “thou plantest s. and displacest laud,” Lucr. 204 “greatest s. waits on greatest state,” Lucr. 204 “the impression which vulgar s. stamped upon my brow,” Sonn. 112, 2. “no particular s. once can touch but it confounds the breather,” Meas. IV, 4, 30. “not without some s. to yourself,” Err. V, 15. “in a tomb where never s. slept,” Ado V, 1, 70. “your wrongs do set a s. on my sex,” Mids. II, 1, 240. “give s. to the blood o' the prince my son,” Wint. I, 2, 330. “would the s. vanish with my life,” R2 II, 1, 67. “what a s. is it to our crown, that two such noble peers as you should jar,” H6A III, 1, 69. “thy s. were not wiped away,” H6B II, 4, 65. “his s. of retire,” H6C II, 1, 150. H6C II, 1, 150 “if black s. or foul-faced reproach attend the sequel of your imposition,” R3 III, 7, 231. “to his own s.” Hml. I, 4, 38. “you must not put another s. on him,” II, 1, 29.
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