EXCOMMUNICATION, n. This "excommunication" is a word In speech ecclesiastical oft heard, And means the damning, with bell, book and candle, Some sinner whose opinions are a scandal -- A rite permitting Satan to enslave him Forever, and forbidding Christ to save him. Gat Huckle - Ambrose Bierce
Death is a scandal. The machine is functioning, we are all hostages - Elias Canetti
Once you have money and fame, the next thing you should expect is scandal and shame. - Michael Bassey Johnson
Breasts are a scandal because they shatter the border between motherhood and sexuality. - Iris Marion Young
The Napoles scandal showed that some politicians are the same all over the country. They promise to build bridges when there are no rivers. - Miriam Defensor-Santiago
The surest method against scandal is to live it down by perseverance in well doing.
Scandal is gossip made tedious by morality. - Oscar Wilde
There hasn't been a scandal this big at the C.I.A. since (CLASSIFIED) committed (CENSORED) to (REDACTED). - Stephen Colbert
CALUMNUS, n. A graduate of the School for Scandal. - Ambrose Bierce
One who says unpleasant things about others, will himself quickly become a target of their scandal.
Scandal is great entertainment because it allows people to feel contempt, a moral emotion that gives feeling of moral superiority while asking nothing in return. - Jonathan Haidt
One day, I want enough money to be at the center of a corruption scandal. - Gil A. Waters
The dominating idea of English society was not cultivate virtue but to avoid scandal. - Edward Short
Nowhere but in England are the papers so full of fascinating misbehaviour. There is always a scandal brewing, there is always a politician, village vicar or bank manager being pilloried, yet at the same time the country breathes a remarkable sense of order. - Geert Mak