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It’s no wonder that so many industries have atrocious cybersecurity.

Kyler Murray panicked often, refused to take easy yards on scrambles and flopped in his playoff debut, including an atrocious pick-six underhand fling from his own end zone.

Those are epically atrocious numbers that demonstrate a continued downward trend over the last several decades.

If someone is the same person that committed an atrocious crime, that person will correctly not be found suitable for release.

Look around for reviews of these sport earbuds and you’ll find a surprising disparity between great and atrocious.

Condemning them obscures the larger message to be taken from this atrocious crime.

Or maybe, just maybe, The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell is just plain atrocious.

On spending and economic issues, he was atrocious and hypocritical in all the ways that a Republican can be.

Plus, his remake history is a mixed bag, with the solid True Grit and the atrocious Oldboy.

Republicans were caught off-guard all campaign long and their response was atrocious.

It was fortunate for the Chancellor that the calumnies of which he was the object were too atrocious to be mischievous.

While visiting one of these, a low class trader arrived who had been guilty of atrocious conduct at Motito.

The Prince of Taranto, while speaking and acting like a cannibal, was following the inspiration of an atrocious policy.

Agnes was often a visitor at Bungay, and not a little shocked at the atrocious after-dinner talk of the Bungay Radicals.

But the atrocious comedy of conjugal love, of unwearying happiness, when for so long I had loved you and thought of you alone!

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On this page you'll find 118 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to atrocious, such as: awful, barbaric, heinous, lousy, rotten, and scandalous.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.