If ye want to be th' subjick iv our Scand'lous discoorse ye'd betther go out an' make a repytation.
As to other answer, I don't know but that I might answer it by an action of Scand.
"These are the most Scand'lous purceedings that I ever heard tell of," ventured Aunt Peggy, in her snappish way.
“Scand'lous, I calls it,” Debbie confided to the pan of corn bread she was busily cutting into golden brown pieces.
I don't wonder that ye wants to shet out the noise Mike makes whin aiting, fur the same is Scand'lous.
The sound was then distinctly guttural, and the guttural character of sk has in nearly every case been kept in Scand.
This palatalization of sk was general in Scotland as well as in England, and such words in sk must be regarded as Scand.
I have adopted the following tests of form, meaning and distribution in determining the Scand.
But, my land, Mr. Ravenslee, the Scand'lous prices as th' tradespeople has been allowed t' charge you these last six months!
He was tooken thet way early this mawnin' an' hes mizzery hes been suthin' Scand'lous.