All Adverb
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  • We have tried the spirits by various test questions, on every one of which they have failed egregiously. Cited from French/Italian Notebooks, V2, Nath. Hawthorne
  • Neither was I a popular boy, though not egregiously otherwise. Cited from The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3), by John Morley
  • If you did, believe me, you were most egregiously mistaken. Cited from Italian Letters, Vols. I and II,William Godwin
  • Till he had finished he hardly remembered that he was doing that, in attempting to do which he had before failed so egregiously. Cited from Phineas Finn, by Anthony Trollope
  • "And, mother, I know I failed egregiously where the others rose." Cited from Magnum Bonum, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • In this respect all governments have always failed egregiously, and there is no evidence that they are improving. Cited from Political Ideals, Bertrand Russell
  • I again failed -- failed egregiously -- failed utterly and for ever! Cited from Charlemont, by W. Gilmore Simms
  • In that case she had been egregiously mistaken, he thought. Cited from Don Orsino, by F. Marion Crawford
  • The first of these laws on this particular occasion I egregiously transgressed. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 376, February 1847, Vol. 61
  • It was not alone that he was married; he was multitudinously, egregiously married. Cited from Here are Ladies, by James Stephens
  • Andrews further stated that she would "stand instead with the egregiously overlooked" cast and crew.
  • He woke egregiously early: such an awakening as he had not known for months on end. Cited from Far to Seek, by Maud Diver
  • The original programme of "Non-co-operation" has hitherto failed egregiously. Cited from India, Old and New, by Sir Valentine Chirol
  • The Roman attacked all these questions, solved some of them admirably, and failed with others egregiously. Cited from The Common People of Ancient Rome, by Frank Frost Abbott
  • It might serve some turn for a time, as many another error has done, were it not so palpably and egregiously false. Cited from Woman and Womanhood, by C. W. Saleeby
  • Once there was an attempt made to instruct me in the art of brush-making, but it egregiously failed. Cited from Prisoner for Blasphemy, by G. W. Foote
  • We were most egregiously disappointed in the town or city of Tatta itself. Cited from Campaign of the Indus, by T.W.E. Holdsworth
  • Instead, he had a most tender sense of personal dignity that had been egregiously outraged-- and also a wife. Cited from Count Bunker, by J. Storer Clousten
  • I have been cheated, frequently and egregiously: few men of my age, I imagine, have not. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Volume 36, December, 1885, by Various
  • I had always rather prided myself upon my judgment of human nature -- had I erred so egregiously in this instance? Cited from The Holladay Case, by Burton E. Stevenson
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