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egregious
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Northanger Abbey
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  • She was almost as far from believing as from wishing it to be sincere; for she had not forgotten that he could mistake, and his assertion of the offer and of her encouragement convinced her that his mistakes could sometimes be very egregious.

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  • She asked for triple damages due to egregious negligence.
  • The contributions were an egregious violation of campaign finance rules.

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