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After years of activists’ efforts to alert lawmakers to these egregious legal gaps, deepfakes are finally forcing them to pay attention.

What is potentially most egregious about Williams’s diminished performance in the category of return points won is the caliber of servers she’s letting slide.

Just because there’s a comparatively small chance your site has egregious on-site issues, doesn’t mean your competition isn’t continuing to build out their site, both on- and offsite.

“This is an egregious action at a time when households and small businesses across the country need high-speed, reliable broadband more than ever but are struggling to make ends meet,” Pallone, McNerney and Doyle wrote in their letters.

I’d say the game was about Jackson, the Baltimore defense and an absolutely egregious punt by Vrabel on fourth-and-2, down 5 with 10 minutes remaining.

Perhaps one of the most egregious examples is the abuse of civil asset forfeiture laws.

They are both complicit in this, though my mother is the more egregious offender.

Here are just a few of the most egregious uses of lethal force by Chicago police.

The most egregious uses of lethal force have been borne by people with intellectual disabilities and children.

To call Wild an emotional film would be an egregious disservice to its astounding journey to screen.

So far, so good; but, in another quarter, Allcraft suddenly discovered that he had committed an egregious blunder.

Fust I knew them geysers begun for to groan egregious like, an' I seen the caribou gallopin' hell-bent south.

"That young man is a most egregious ass," said Mr Whittlestaff.

Here was a house that gratified his sensuous nature through and through, and appealed irresistibly to his egregious vanity.

That the general question of property is at all affected by the obliteration of this interest, is an egregious error.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to egregious, such as: atrocious, deplorable, extreme, flagrant, glaring, and grievous.

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