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scandy

clipping a clipping for "scandalous"; adjective risqué
A word to describe something or someone as risque, often used amongst friends, to ridicule or tease.
 
Oh my god, your costume are so scandy! Let's try to save some of the guys for the rest of us
Etymology : Scandy is a clipping of scandalous (adjective): late 15th c. French "scandaleux," from Medieval Latin "scandalosus," from Church Latin "scandalum."
Source : Friend, Night of Decadence, October 26, 2013
Last modified: 22 November 2013


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