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Definitionobviously and outrageously bad (in the sense of violating what is normally considered proper)
- There can be no outrage, methinks, against our common nature—whatever be the delinquencies of the individual—no outrage more flagrant than to forbid the culprit to hide his face for shame; as it was the essence of this punishment to do.Chapter 2 -- The Market Place (65% in)
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