Exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion. (adjective)
Examples of word egregious
That's why Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke protested Tuesday what he described as "egregious errors" in some reports, and released a staff memo with details.
The judge discovered what she called egregious government disclosures to expected witnesses.
Cursing himself for what he called his egregious folly in making himself the slave of a mere lady's attendant, and for having given the parish, should they know of her refusal, a chance of sneering at him -- certainly a ground for thinking less of his standing than before -- he went home to the Old House, and walked indecisively up and down his back-yard.
The book is compiled and made public every year by Citizens Against Government Waste, which also dispenses "Oinker Awards" to highlight what it calls egregious examples of pork barrel requests.
One of the most egregious is the alleged "News" of Fox News and News Corp.
I am advocating that bans on reimportation be lifted so that companies cannot engage in egregious price discrimination.