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He felt every glance of Fournel's eye a contemptuous comment upon his deformity, now so egregious and humiliating.
By Hugo's brother I will be tried on no charge;—seeing that he is, was, and ever will be—in charity I speak it—an egregious fool.
They are extremely poor, egregious liars, the greatest thieves in the world, and very treacherous.
That I have been making a most egregious fool of myself, sir,” replied I, “with respect to the de Clares.
I give you my word, the appointment of Mr. Butterfield will be an egregious political blunder.
A league started on the grounds of expediency and the common good alone would be an egregious failure.
Poor Pop is not very high in the scale of created beings; but, if you fancy there is none lower, you are in egregious error.
We protest against this egregious exaggeration of a great and sacred source of our emotions.
Just: what though I called thee old ox, egregious wittol, broken-bellied coward, rotten mummy?
The folly of them is egregious, and unbecoming the gravity of believers.
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