Egregious in a Sentence, Sentences of Egregious in English

Egregious in a Sentence, Sentences of Egregious in English

1.Religion has the capacity to silence critical thinking and create blindness in entire groups of people. It can infect the minds of followers so completely as to allow the most egregious sexual acts against children and others to go unchallenged for centuries.

2.I’m relieved to hear that your vanity has weathered this egregious trial unscathed.

3.Nothing is more egregious than greedy politicians.”

4.And the beautiful are forgiven; no matter how egregious their shortcomings, they are forgiven.

5.If God exists, either He can do nothing to stop the most egregious calamities, or He does not care to. God, therefore, is either impotent or evil.

6.Like many men and women who make egregious and irretrievable mistakes with their own children, she would redeem herself by becoming the perfect grandmother.

7.Compassion without discipline is egregious self-sabotage.

8.I find myself wondering which is more egregious, to pretend to be happy when you’re not, or to feel so consistently dissatisfied when you should be happy.

9.“Oh, my God!” Ignatius bellowed from the front of the house. “What an egregious insult to good taste.”

10.No one wants their stuff stolen. No one wants their physical person harmed. If you understand the implications of those two truths, you can come to see the egregious moral and practical problems of a state-managed society.

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