EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EGREGIOUS
He felt happier now that he had pricked the egregious fellow's vanity.
I had followed her in, and I ground my teeth at such an egregious piece of folly.
It is much more likely that I should be an egregious failure.
But he in his egregious vanity must of cours e misunderstand.
It would seem, conversely, that they who cope ill have made some egregious blunder?
You will think me an egregious egotist, Miss Holland, I fear.
“He deserved what he got, for his egregious vanity,” said Lyndsay.
And this error is so egregious that I am confounded at the universality with which it has been received.
I have only one means of subduing that savage beast you sold me, you egregious cheat.
It was an egregious insult to the good sense of the burghers of Rotterdam.