scurrility (Meaning)

Wordnet

scurrility (n)

foul-mouthed or obscene abuse

Webster

scurrility (n.)

The quality or state of being scurrile or scurrilous; mean, vile, or obscene jocularity.

That which is scurrile or scurrilous; gross or obscene language; low buffoonery; vulgar abuse.

scurrility Sentence Examples

  1. The politician's scurrilous remarks about his opponent provoked outrage among the electorate.
  2. The tabloid's relentless scurrility targeted celebrities and public figures alike.
  3. The judge dismissed the charges against the defendant due to the scurrilous nature of the evidence.
  4. The author's novel contained salacious scurrility that offended many readers.
  5. The politician's scurrilous attacks on his colleagues damaged his reputation irreparably.
  6. The online trolls delighted in indulging in scurrility and misinformation.
  7. The investigative journalist uncovered a network of scurrilous gossip and innuendo.
  8. The scurrility of the opposing counsel's closing argument prompted the jury to award substantial damages.
  9. The historian presented a balanced account of the events, eschewing scurrility and sensationalism.
  10. The company's scurrilous advertising campaign alienated potential customers and tarnished its image.

FAQs About the word scurrility

foul-mouthed or obscene abuseThe quality or state of being scurrile or scurrilous; mean, vile, or obscene jocularity., That which is scurrile or scurrilous; gro

billingsgate, criticism, insult, vituperation, invective,abuse, curse, obloquy,fulmination, vitriol

applause, commendation, praise, acclaim, acclaim,praise, commendation, applause, flattery, endearments

The politician's scurrilous remarks about his opponent provoked outrage among the electorate.

The tabloid's relentless scurrility targeted celebrities and public figures alike.

The judge dismissed the charges against the defendant due to the scurrilous nature of the evidence.

The author's novel contained salacious scurrility that offended many readers.