Egregious Sentence Examples

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  • Egregious errors were caused by the tablet's failure to check spelling.

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  • It was the most egregious act the government has ever perpetrated.

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  • The egregious mistake these couples made was not spending enough time seriously planning for a lifetime together in marriage.

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  • It was an egregious example of data mining.

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  • The computer-science guru Martin Davis counted "86 really egregious errors" in Wallace's book.

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  • This mistaken expectation was so egregious that it begged for some sort of explanation.

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  • Sadly, the errors on the part of Mr. Pike were particularly egregious.

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  • An egregious violation will result in permanent expulsion of the offender from the list.

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  • We'll keep a low profile and limit any negative publicity to really egregious errors.

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  • The kidnapping was particularly egregious so we broke our self-imposed rule against staying away from case where precise times are not known.

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  • His Declaration of Egregious Popish Impostures (1603) furnished Shakespeare with the names of the spirits mentioned by Edgar in King Lear.

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  • Prices are not egregious, but you'll find your selections typically around the 80 dollar mark.

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  • It is rare that one can buy a set of quality silk pajamas for less than $60, a price that may still seem egregious to some.

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  • There is nothing very difficult - nor, in purely linguistic terms, anything very egregious - in the English.

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  • The egregious blunder in the May Laws was the punitive clauses directed against the inferior clergy.

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  • It was egregious that stores of immense power were wasted on such a creature at a time when Damian needed all the help he could get.

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  • 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.

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  • If you're going to expose an egregious amount of skin, it's a good idea to spend some quality time in a tanning booth beforehand.

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