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Things scandal often describes (“scandal ________”)
mongers, mongering, monger, sheet, sheets, stories, case, mongeries, broth, story, hit, news, politics, lovers, bearers, bearer, coverage, proof, club, cometh, key, fatigue, scenes, rag, travels, magazines, giver, seekers, making, hands, hearing, chronicles, chronicle, spread, shop, picking, maker, conversation, novel, article, bearing, plagued, flies, doctor, fame, session, deals, peddler, pelts, breeding, salome, walk, current, reigns, advertisement, soup, revelations, warfare, dates, reports, buzz, respecting, the, touches, breaks, makers, rags, giving, speech, allegations, gossip, peddlers, investigation, peddling, stepfather, moves, hunting, rages, dr., trial, blossoms, injury, ayrshire, high, bags, novels, whispers, ensues, occasion

Descriptive words:
public, great, watergate, political, major, national, much, financial, open, big, latest, sexual, international, terrible, real, grave, greatest, minor, recent, contra, biggest, greater, private, serious, further, notorious, huge, possible, worst, called, domestic, famous, potential, fresh, horrible, infamous, mere, sensational, dreadful, enormous, literary, corporate, juicy, less, vulgar, occasional, tremendous, ugly, frightful, gross, petty, nasty, alleged, shocking, contemporary, grievous, lewinsky, sordid, awful, intolerable, immense, royal, massive, presidential, worse

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See scandal used in context: 100+ rhymes, 15 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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