- egregious + -ly (Wiktionary)
“David Souter recently warned that it is "egregiously" wrong to think of Supreme Court Justices "just sitting there reading constitutional phrases fairly and looking at reported facts objectively to produce their judgment.”
“I'm still hopeful that Lending Club, in particular, can succeed in this space; it certainly doesn't suffer from the kind of egregiously misleading public communications that Gimein details at Prosper.”
“Virginia Attorney Gen. Ken Cuccinelli R is accusing Arlington County of engaging in "legal thuggery" with an "an egregiously frivolous" and "dirty" lawsuit against the state's proposed construction of High Occupancy Toll lanes along I-95 in Northern Virginia.”
“In 2009, the Arlington County Board of Supervisors filed an egregiously frivolous lawsuit against these federal and state agencies as well as officials in their personal capacities; even audaciously accusing those officials of civil rights violations for trying to advance a transportation solution.”
“Serious question, how is cutting more out of the budget egregiously out of balance with taxing people more?”
“The 9/11 families have suffered egregiously, but unfortunately they remain vulnerable against such unjustifiable parasitic strains.”
“Most egregiously, it guts programs like the Land and Water Conservation Fund and is loaded with policy changes that have no place in an appropriations bill.”
“Perhaps most egregiously, Fox News and the Wall Street Journal repeatedly claim there is no such thing as human-caused climate change, significantly retarding progress in the American business and political communities on this most important issue threatening civilization.”
“Jordan egregiously violated that agreement by annexing the West Bank and denying Israel access to its holiest sites in Jerusalem, thus effectively rendering the agreement null and void.”
“Most egregiously historically incorrect movie of all time.”
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