The White House counsel was done in by a scurrilous leaks campaign.
During its one year in office, the Zardari government has passed two measly but scurrilous bills.
Failing that, Abrams should issue a public apology to Hagel for making this scurrilous charge.
And this time there will be no internal committees of enquiry or scurrilous U.N. Goldstone commissions.
A more common form was that of satire and scurrilous lampoon,—a favorite weapon with the early Reformers.
Well, of course you know, and I know, that they're scurrilous lies; but just how will you stop them?
Finally he made some scurrilous remark, and then another knife and fork came into play.
In Grundtvig, the taunting degenerates into a scurrilous tirade.
Did you never see a man who thought he was witty, when he was only scurrilous and impudent?
This fellow writes in the most scurrilous newspapers; you have told me so yourself.
"using such language as only the licence of a buffoon can warrant" [Johnson], 1570s, from scurrile "coarsely joking" (c.1500, implied in scurrility), from Latin scurrilis "buffoonlike," from scurra "fashionable city idler, man-about-town," later "buffoon." According to Klein, "an Etruscan loan-word." Related: Scurrilously; scurrilousness.