scandal

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Noun[change]

Singular
scandal

Plural
scandals

  1. A scandal is an event that involves people doing bad things that cause shame. People tend to talk and think badly about people who are involved in scandals.
    The affair that the politician had was a scandal and made the citizens unhappy about the government.
    The corruption practices of the local government was a scandal and caused many people to protest on the streets against the government.

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