Egregious in a sentence as an adjective

That's egregious and I would shut that down.

But since they picked egregious cases, the patent holder always loses.

For me, that makes the failure of Episode 1 more profound and more egregious.

This is extremely egregious, and I'm expecting there will be some major fines from the FCC.

That paves the way for even more egregious activities going forward.

The Supreme Court does not have time to hear many of these, so they just pick the most egregious, and issue a balanced decision.

Is it to be a high-level review only, just enough to let the client know what key risks exist and to address only egregious things that go to the heart of the deal?

This wasn't too egregious, but next they retroactively removed Other OS from older consoles that originally supported it.

When they do occasionally notice something egregious and limply intervene, it's always with the same whiney "Honey..." followed by a feeble plea which the child ignores with no consequences.

This really isn't any worse than the other invasions of privacy that have been revealed – but it's much easier to point at it as an egregious and visceral violation of privacy.

Maybe it's because I just made the egregious mistake of getting drawn into a gun-control debate with a friend and his friends on Facebook, but hyperbolic arguments by analogy feel really silly, cheap, and disingenuous to me right now...

The lower classes have traditionally been the primary victims, but as class disparity increases, and power centralization continues, the middle class will find itself a victim of police violence more and more frequently, for causes even more egregious than what I just described.

Egregious definitions


conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible; "a crying shame"; "an egregious lie"; "flagrant violation of human rights"; "a glaring error"; "gross ineptitude"; "gross injustice"; "rank treachery"

See also: flagrant glaring gross rank