One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Some are scurrilously unrepeatable, even virulently nasty, fit only for the twilight gossiping hours in the Ubiquitous Chip.’
- ‘He also asserts, scurrilously, that officials helped Celtic.’
- ‘I agree absolutely, that Ritter et al were quite scurrilously disparaged (I remember that Ritter's sanity was called into question at one point).’
- ‘I have stuck to my mandate when being scurrilously attacked by my co-executive officers and the SFU administration.’
- ‘There is a fine judgement line in comedy between the scurrilously funny and the offensive.’
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