One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The Gazette is abusing its powers egregiously.’
- ‘We live in a society which has become so accustomed to accepting egregiously mindless anti-social behaviour as meaningful rebellion that it could see a hero lurking somewhere in a hooligan.’
- ‘This was so egregiously untrue - people had been discussing this for decades - that to say this to the citizenry was an act of contempt.’
- ‘There is something terribly wrong in this country when a major story like that can be printed which is so egregiously wrong.’
- ‘The average price of U.S. electricity fell throughout the twentieth century, and it has kept falling since, except in egregiously mismanaged markets such as California's.’
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