flagitious


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utterly reprehensible in nature or behavior

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extremely wicked, deeply criminal

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shockingly brutal or cruel

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These days we can discover several dozen more flagitious sexual experiments recommended on any page of "Cleo".
It would seem that they now have it all in terms of responsibility for their billing actions, to conform to rigid, irrational, flagitious, arbitrarily conceived guidelines of the government.
We term a flagitious act a crime rather on account of its consequences, than from regard to any such intrinsic characteristics.
at 588 ("The pettiest peace officer would have it in his power, through overzeal or indiscretion, to confer immunity upon an offender for crimes the most flagitious.
The key concepts of patriotism--"obedience to the law," "prosperity to the country"--had come to signify, "in the mouths of these disti nguished statesmen, a mean and servile acquiescence in the most flagitious and profligate legislation in favor of slavery" (252-53).
This is a daring, turbulent, active, able, and flagitious Character.
Having conceded just three penalties in the first half, they shipped nine in the second and for some reason Mr Gamage found the home front row particularly flagitious.
Today, that is much less the case--particularly in Hollywood, which over time has begun to reject and mock the old morality in favor of carnal depravity, flagitious violence, and even hatred of Christianity.