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    meaning of "scurrilous"

    Which is the more precise meaning of "scurrilous"?

    Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary: "said or done unfairly to make people have a bad opinion of someone"

    Cambridge Dictionary: "
    rude and cruel, and sometimes damaging"

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    Re: meaning of "scurrilous"

    Here's the definition from the Free Dictionary, if it helps:
    scurrilous - definition of scurrilous by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
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    Re: meaning of "scurrilous"

    Click here for 138 examples of its use in a variety of contexts.

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