egrecious

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egrecious

  1. Misspelling of egregious.
    • 1954, Ellen Kean, Charles John Kean, Emigrant in Motley: The Journey of Charles and Ellen Kean in Quest of a, Rockliffpage 182:
      At the Governor’s I commented upon this egrecious folly and ignorance and the ex Premier Mr. Cowper, being present remarked that he supposed the writer was[....]
    • 1960, West's California reporter, University of California, volume 220, page 170:
      [...] exemplary or compensatory damages may be awarded in situations involving violations which are particularly deliberate, egrecious or inexcusable.
    • 2006, J. E. Grant, The Ropes Held Him Up -- Boxing Essays and Articles (ISBN 1430303352), page 198:
      If you want to understand what is wrong with the alphabets, look no further than that egrecious oversight.