Related formsa·tro·cious·ly, adverba·tro·cious·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for atrocious
Condemning them obscures the larger message to be taken from this atrocious crime.
On spending and economic issues, he was atrocious and hypocritical in all the ways that a Republican can be.Now Let’s Replace All the Other Big-Spending Eric Cantors|Nick Gillespie|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Plus, his remake history is a mixed bag, with the solid True Grit and the atrocious Oldboy.Robert Pattinson as Indiana Jones? Here Are Our Picks to Fill Harrison Ford’s Fedora|Marlow Stern|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Republicans were caught off-guard all campaign long and their response was atrocious.
“The cutbacks that have been done to social and mental health services is atrocious,” she said.
He then bent his eye sternly upon the group of bailiffs, especially upon the rude ruffian, Grimes, whose conduct was so atrocious.Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent|William Carleton
The record of England in relation to Ireland, is one of the most atrocious known to the history of mankind.Ridgeway|Scian Dubh
To be atrocious within the rules was to create a new and thrilling sensation.A History of French Literature|Edward Dowden
It would seem that his atrocious conduct has not prevented the Spaniards from promoting him.
Worst of all in that final disintegration of his great soul was the interest he took in the atrocious frauds of spiritualism.The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2|Rupert Hughes