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conspicuously bad or offensive

Synonyms for egregious

conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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The documents continued: "The damages alleged in the Underlying Lawsuits arose out of pre-meditated, forcible sexual assault, pervasive and egregious sexual harassment, physical assault and battery and other intentional and deliberate conduct by Mr.
"As attorney general I have often had to grapple with all sorts of diffi-cult issues but we now have a framework where I venture the suggestion that sort of egregious behaviour would not occur whereas before, as we know from examples like the Mau Mau in Kenya, it almost certainly happened in a similar fashion.
legal community there still is some skepticism that a policy that focuses on "egregious" cases wouldn't still be vague.
These egregious lawsuits hurt American innovation and small technology start ups, and they cost jobs.
" The first exception which has been carved out by the courts is that the fraud perpetrated must be of egregious nature meaning that the said fraud would lead to gross injustice which shakes the conscience of the court and the said fraud should be known to the parties and the concerned bank.
Reading his letter convinces me that if he had been the judge, neither of these egregious orders would have been issued.
What I did was an egregious violation of trust to my family, to colleagues, to the state, and I paid a price and appropriately so," Spitzer said
Despite such modifications, recent allegations indicate that businesses or individuals that have been excluded for egregious offenses have been able to "resurface" under the same or a different business name or identity in order to continue to receive federal contracts and other funds.
The BasePoint study noted that loans containing egregious misrepresentations were up to five times more likely to default in the first six months than loans that did not.
This isn't the first time I've seen such an egregious statement regarding causes of cancer in The Advocate, but this time I feel compelled to address this issue.
Nonetheless, the practices are sufficiently egregious to cause activist shareholders to want to force the corporation to take action to stop the practice.
Carter's book can be summed up as an ill conceived and egregious attack on Israel and the Jewish people.
"This is not driven by economics, it's just political, which makes it far more egregious, says Lieberman.
Unfortunately, "purest profundity" is not a particularly egregious example of the author's ready recourse to arid alliteration, nor is "allergic/allegory/attacks" an isolated instance of acerbating assonance (please pardon the parody).
The governor recently signed CalCPA-sponsored AB 1868, which should correct some of the most egregious problems of the practice privilege statute that went into effect Jan.