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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.

'I Believe' and other essaysCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

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.

Catherine: A StoryWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

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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