egregious[ ih-gree-juh s, -jee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF egregious
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.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EGREGIOUS
- bad news