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For the ambiguous advantages which overgrown wealth and flagitious tyranny have to bestow?

Wieland; or The TransformationCharles Brockden Brown

These men were reported to be heretics, Lutherans in disguise, seducers of youth, and men of flagitious life.

Flagitious, fla-jish′us, adj. grossly wicked: guilty of enormous crimes.

Coventry stigmatized them as marking especial and flagitious ingratitude.

Sir Walter RaleghWilliam Stebbing

It is greater folly to pretend that the earthquake killed the most flagitious sinners.

Flowers of FreethoughtGeorge W. Foote

Thus, in a moment, had terminated his long and flagitious career.

Edgar HuntleyCharles Brockden Brown

The highest civilizations, both ancient and modern, have sometimes been the most flagitious.

A dissolute, flagitious footman, or porter, makes full as good a rake as a man of the first quality.

I am wrong, hardened and flagitious, I make no doubt, but I speak of the facts as they are.

He that may hang a flagitious offender doth him no wrong if he put him to a slavery, which is less penal than death.

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