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egregiously (adverb), more egregiously, most egregiously
Descriptive of being very bad and easily noticed: The writer had egregiously presented many errors in his article about an actor and so he was being sued for slander.

The doctor warned a customer in the restaurant about the egregiously bad quality of the food that was being served there.

Although the cartoon is presented as an adjective, it helps to illustrate this adverb entry.

Being offensive.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “egregiously
Referring to something that has a conspicuously bad quality or relating to some erroneously presented information. (1)