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Synonyms for egregious

Synonyms for egregious

conspicuously bad or offensive

Synonyms for egregious

conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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One wonders, however, whether the author could specify a time when such symptoms were not present, perhaps even more egregiously so.
Klein holds up Reagan and Clinton as examples of candidates who properly used consultants, and Gore, the first President Bush, and, most egregiously, John Kerry, as examples of ones who didn't.
The second appeal hinged more on the legal appropriateness of overturning an arbitration panel's decision for anything less than an egregiously unjust ruling.
As I once said about an egregiously inept colleague who managed not only to survive, but to thrive year after year,
Dude, the job doesn't pay much, but the perks are egregiously righteous.
By prodding Camilla's subconscious, he believes, he can atone for past inadequacies: "I'd seen Vsevolod Meyerhold lose his way, egregiously.
Early last week, Ukraine's election commission, blithely ignoring the findings of a broad range of international observers who said the balloting was egregiously and unacceptably flawed, officially ruled that Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich had defeated former Prime Minister Viktor Yushchenko in the Nov.
However, Mike Kostelnik's article on moccasins with beaded soles brings to light one of the most egregiously inaccurate passages in Mr.
TV, Hubba associates, and tag-along clique were exonerated when it was discovered that the source of the projectiles were egregiously cooked wedding reception members.
It should be understood that, in an era of a Republican-dominated Congress, Democrats often reject GOP-sponsored bills out of a desire to enact even more egregiously socialist legislation.
Similar and even more egregiously unfair results have occurred when courts award fees under fee-shifting statutes, such as Title VII.
Here in New Jersey, everyone breathes air that egregiously exceeds U.
Race experts have turned Americans' attention from persistent racial inequalities in politics and economics to the feelings and interactions of individuals and, perhaps most egregiously, have reinforced--rather than minimized--racial differences.
Nobody dabbled more egregiously this past season than the French choreographer Angelin Preljocaj, whose Helikopter took my annual prize for noise pollution.
Eton-educated Mr Letwin said: "I would be lying even more egregiously than politicians are meant to do if I were to tell you that upon becoming - as I hope miraculously to become - Home Secretary two years from now.