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  • adjective Alternative form of grievous.

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Examples

  • Though, I am not a U.S. citizen I saw the necessity to apply for a NRA Lifetime Membership early this year, because I feel like the Second Amendment will be in grievious danger in the next couple of years.

    The F-Team

  • Supposedly better informed speakers have uttered "grievious" for grievous.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VI No 1

  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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  • Therefore, I committed a grievious error by communicating poorly.

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