Sentence for egregious | Use egregious in a sentence

How to use egregious in a sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use egregious in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for egregious.

  • The egregious mildness of these interjections could not long be preserved. (10)
  • The wretched think themselves spited, and are merely childish, not egregious in egoism. (10)
  • She believed that Evan had been wheedled by Rose into the acceptance of a small sum of money, in return for his egregious gift. (10)
  • The question for me to consider is, whether this development is to be accomplished by my being guilty of an act of egregious folly. (10)
  • But the pearls of the book must be allowed to be that egregious amateur in toothpick-cases, Mr. Robert Ferrars (with his excursus in chapter xxxvi. (4)
  • But very wealthy noblemen were commonly, perhaps necessarily, eccentric, for thus they proved themselves egregious, which the world expected them to be. (10)

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Definition of egregious:

  • egregious, e-gr’ji-us, adj. prominent: distinguished: outrageous: enormous (in bad sense). | adv. egr’giously. | n. egr’giousness. (0)

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