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e·gre·gious

 (ĭ-grē′jəs, -jē-əs)
adj.
Conspicuously bad or offensive. See Synonyms at flagrant.

[From Latin ēgregius, outstanding : ē-, ex-, ex- + grex, greg-, herd; see ger- in Indo-European roots.]

e·gre′gious·ly adv.
e·gre′gious·ness n.
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And he is so condescending to the son he so egregiously deludes that you might suppose him the most virtuous of parents.
Sir,' said he to the Scotchman, 'in doubting my statements, you have grossly affronted me; in believing the thing to be impossible, you have been egregiously mistaken; and, in proof thereof, you will now eat this beef-steak raw, or you will give me instant satisfaction
These, it is true, played the fool, like my friend Garrick, in jest only; but several eminent characters have, in numberless instances of their lives, played the fool egregiously in earnest; so far as to render it a matter of some doubt whether their wisdom or folly was predominant; or whether they were better intitled to the applause or censure, the admiration or contempt, the love or hatred, of mankind.
To me your uncle seems merely quixotic and egregiously selfish.
Transformed into an egregiously assimilated black, complete with pastel sweaters and boat shoes, UB is seduced by ``the black man's Kryptonite,'' White She-Devil (Denise Richards, more convincing here than as a Bond-girl scientist).
TrustSolutions also works with Federal law enforcement agencies to investigate those few health care providers who egregiously violate Medicare rules.
ICANN's conduct in support of monopolistic practices has been viewed so egregiously as to attract the attention of the US Congress, including the introduction of the "Fair, Transparent and Competitive Naming Act of 2003" aimed at examining the conduct of ICANN and seeking an inquiry directly challenging the authority of ICANN to enable the WLS and a moratorium on the introduction of the WLS.
as a buffoonish president, are egregiously wasted, which tells you more about the idiocy of the TV business than the show itself does.
TrustSolutions will also work with Federal law enforcement agencies to investigate those few health care providers who egregiously violate Medicare rules.
In 2009, as Congress worked to curtail the most egregiously "unfair" and "deceptive" practices of the credit-card industry, NSBA ardently argued that the same protections should be extended to small-business credit cards.
phenomenon, which it said would egregiously affect Egypt's national security