Egregious - Definition, Examples, Cases, Processes
The word egregious is used to describe something that is extraordinarily, and very noticeably bad. It is often used to describe someone’s, or some entity’s, behavior. While the law generally draws a line in what actions are allowable or good, and which are not allowable, or potentially bad, questions of morality are not so easily answered.
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