Hello Sparkle Writers our word for today is …… “egregious.”
We thought to bring this word to your notice today. So, the next time you write, you can find a new way of expressing old concepts or meaning.
“Egregious,” is pronounced as / i-GREE-juhs/.
It is an adjective used to mean, “Remarkable in a bad way; Exceptional, conspicuous, outstanding, most usually in a negative fashion; outrageously bad or shocking.”
The word actually has an origin. It is from Latin egregius (outstanding). Earlier, something egregious was one that stood out because it was remarkably good. However, over time, the word evolved and today it refers to something offensive
The boy’s narrative was marred by a number of egregious spellings.