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Use "scandalously" in a sentence
"Once, years ago, I was taken along to Tanglewood for a concert by the great Zino Francescatti, a name scandalously unknown to me the day before."
"The manageress was a not unkindly, taciturn person, with the hardened remains of beauty of the brunette type; and the other women workers, who of course hated her, associated her name scandalously with one of the metal-work directors in order to explain her position."
"It has also accused him of "scandalously" neglecting the heritage and culture components of his portfolio over the past 10 years."