Egregiously
Egregiously E*gre"gious*ly, adv. Greatly; enormously; shamefully; as, egregiously cheated. [1913 Webster]

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  • egregiously — egregious ► ADJECTIVE 1) outstandingly bad. 2) archaic remarkably good. DERIVATIVES egregiously adverb egregiousness noun. ORIGIN Latin egregius illustrious (literally standing out from the flock ), from grex flock …   English terms dictionary

  • egregiously — adverb see egregious …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • egregiously — See egregious. * * * …   Universalium

  • egregiously — adverb /ɪˈɡridʒəsli/ conspicuously badly (used negatively) …   Wiktionary

  • egregiously — adv. rudely, flagrantly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • egregiously — egre·gious·ly …   English syllables

  • egregiously — adverb see egregious …   Useful english dictionary

  • egregious — egregiously, adv. egregiousness, n. /i gree jeuhs, jee euhs/, adj. 1. extraordinary in some bad way; glaring; flagrant: an egregious mistake; an egregious liar. 2. Archaic. distinguished or eminent. [1525 35; < L egregius preeminent, equiv. to e… …   Universalium

  • Kudos — Ku dos, v. t. To praise; to extol; to glorify. Kudos d egregiously. [R.] Southey. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • egregious — adjective Etymology: Latin egregius, from e + greg , grex herd more at gregarious Date: circa 1534 1. archaic distinguished 2. conspicuous; especially conspicuously bad ; flagrant < egregious errors > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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