We'll keep a low profile and limit any negative publicity to really egregious errors.
It was only when, after a close examination of the sternal apparatus of one hundred and thirty species, which he carefully described, that he arrived (pp. 177-183) at the conclusion - astonishing to us who know of L'Herminier's previous results - that the sternum of birds cannot be used as a help to their classification on account of the egregious anomalies that would follow the proceeding - such anomalies, for instance, as the separation of Cypselus from Hirundo and its alliance with Trochilus, and the grouping of Hirundo and Fringilla together.
The egregious blunder in the May Laws was the punitive clauses directed against the inferior clergy.
Egregious errors were caused by the tablet's failure to check spelling.
An egregious violation will result in permanent expulsion of the offender from the list.
It was an egregious example of data mining.
It was the most egregious act the government has ever perpetrated.
Sadly, the errors on the part of Mr. Pike were particularly egregious.
The computer-science guru Martin Davis counted "86 really egregious errors" in Wallace's book.
The egregious mistake these couples made was not spending enough time seriously planning for a lifetime together in marriage.
There is nothing very difficult - nor, in purely linguistic terms, anything very egregious - in the English.
This mistaken expectation was so egregious that it begged for some sort of explanation.