Origin of egregious
Examples from the Web for egregiously
Anyone who disagreed with their interpretation was—in the words of these professors—“egregiously misrepresenting the law.”Are Opponents of Arizona's Anti-Gay Law Eager to Deceive?|Kirsten Powers|March 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Most egregiously, Krrish shamelessly steals from its predecessors.Krrish 3 Review: What the Bollywood Movie Steals From Superhero Films|Sujay Kumar|November 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We were egregiously misreading his work in order to justify an unreasonable amount of consumption.Ask the Blogger: Borrow Money, or Self-Finance School?|Megan McArdle|October 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Those lies flow most egregiously (but not exclusively) from the president of the United States.
The Good Wife was egregiously shut out of the Best Drama race.Christine Baranski on ‘The Good Wife’ Season 4, Diane & ‘Brady Bunch’|Jace Lacob|August 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She could not have blundered so egregiously as that, unless—he caught his breath suddenly—unless she had done so intentionally!The Adventures of Jimmie Dale|Frank L. Packard
Kent was egregiously undertaxed and as a general rule its fiscal sulung will have many real acres.Domesday Book and Beyond|Frederic William Maitland
The authorities waited to see the effect of these "vigorous measures;" but they were egregiously disappointed.The Huguenots in France|Samuel Smiles.
The manner in which his attempts to enforce the recent acts of Parliament were resented, showed how egregiously he was in error.
Mr. Slack, of the town of Kenton, was egregiously given to egotism.Talkers|John Bate