flagitious definition

  • adjective:
    • Characterized by excessively brutal or cruel crimes; vicious.
    • described as acutely intense or cruel crimes; vicious.
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless federal government persisted in its flagitious task” ( Robert Southey).
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless government persisted in its flagitious task” ( Robert Southey).
    • described as excessively intense or cruel crimes; vicious.
    • Extremely intense or harsh
    • Characterized by exceedingly brutal or harsh crimes; vicious.
    • very intense or cruel
    • described as exceedingly brutal or harsh crimes; vicious.
    • Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly sinful; scandalous; shameful; -- stated of acts, crimes, etc.
    • Disgracefully or shamefully unlawful; grossly wicked; scandalous; shameful; -- stated of functions, crimes, etc.
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless government persisted with its flagitious task” ( Robert Southey).
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless federal government persisted with its flagitious project” ( Robert Southey).
    • Guilty of enormous crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- stated of persons.
    • severely intense or harsh
    • Extremely intense or harsh
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless government persisted in its flagitious project” ( Robert Southey).
    • Guilty of huge crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- said of people.
    • Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly wicked; scandalous; shameful; -- stated of functions, crimes, etc.
    • Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly sinful; scandalous; shameful; -- said of functions, crimes, etc.
    • exceedingly brutal or cruel
    • Characterized by scandalous crimes or vices.
    • Guilty of enormous crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- stated of individuals.
    • Guilty of enormous crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- said of individuals.
    • Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly sinful; scandalous; shameful; -- said of acts, crimes, etc.
    • described as scandalous crimes or vices.
    • Guilty of enormous crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- said of people.
    • described as scandalous crimes or vices.
    • Characterized by scandalous crimes or vices.
    • described as scandalous crimes or vices.
    • exceptionally wicked, profoundly unlawful
    • shockingly intense or harsh
    • excessively sinful, profoundly unlawful
    • severely sinful, deeply criminal
    • extremely wicked, deeply criminal
    • shockingly brutal or cruel
    • shockingly intense or harsh
    • shockingly brutal or cruel
    • exceedingly sinful, profoundly criminal
    • shockingly brutal or cruel
    • described as extremely intense or cruel crimes; vicious.
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless government persisted in its flagitious project” ( Robert Southey).
    • Extremely brutal or cruel
    • Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly sinful; scandalous; shameful; -- stated of functions, crimes, etc.
    • Guilty of enormous crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- said of individuals.
    • Characterized by scandalous crimes or vices.
    • described as acutely brutal or harsh crimes; vicious.
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless federal government persisted with its flagitious project” ( Robert Southey).
    • Extremely brutal or harsh
    • Disgracefully or shamefully unlawful; grossly sinful; scandalous; shameful; -- said of functions, crimes, etc.
    • Guilty of enormous crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- stated of individuals.
    • Characterized by incredibly brutal or harsh crimes; vicious.
    • Characterized by scandalous crimes or vices.
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless federal government persisted in its flagitious task” ( Robert Southey).
    • incredibly brutal or harsh
    • Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly wicked; scandalous; shameful; -- said of functions, crimes, etc.
    • Guilty of huge crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- stated of individuals.
    • described as extremely brutal or harsh crimes; vicious.
    • described as scandalous crimes or vices.
    • exceedingly wicked, deeply unlawful
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless federal government persisted in its flagitious task” ( Robert Southey).
    • incredibly intense or harsh
    • shockingly intense or cruel
    • Disgracefully or shamefully unlawful; grossly wicked; scandalous; shameful; -- said of functions, crimes, etc.
    • Guilty of huge crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- said of people.
    • described as exceptionally brutal or cruel crimes; vicious.
    • Characterized by scandalous crimes or vices.
    • very wicked, deeply unlawful
    • Infamous; scandalous: "That remorseless government persisted in its flagitious project” ( Robert Southey).
    • shockingly intense or cruel
    • Extremely brutal or harsh
    • Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly wicked; scandalous; shameful; -- stated of functions, crimes, etc.
    • Guilty of huge crimes; corrupt; profligate; -- stated of people.
    • Characterized by scandalous crimes or vices.
    • exceedingly sinful, deeply criminal
    • shockingly brutal or cruel
    • acutely wicked, profoundly criminal
    • shockingly intense or harsh
    • incredibly sinful, profoundly unlawful
    • shockingly intense or harsh
  • others:
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly unlawful: because, a flagitious activity or crime.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly unlawful: as, a flagitious action or crime.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly criminal: as, a flagitious activity or criminal activity.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly criminal: since, a flagitious activity or criminal activity.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Marked or characterized by scandalous crimes or vices: because, a flagitious record.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, etc. (see nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, shocking, vile.
    • Marked or described as scandalous crimes or vices: as, a flagitious record.
    • Marked or described as scandalous crimes or vices: as, a flagitious record.
    • Marked or characterized by scandalous crimes or vices: as, a flagitious record.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, etc. (identify nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, surprising, vile.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, etc. (identify nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, shocking, vile.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, an such like. (see nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, surprising, vile.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly criminal: because, a flagitious action or crime.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Marked or characterized by scandalous crimes or vices: because, a flagitious record.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, an such like. (see nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, surprising, vile.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly criminal: because, a flagitious action or crime.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Marked or described as scandalous crimes or vices: since, a flagitious record.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, an such like. (see nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, surprising, vile.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly unlawful: as, a flagitious activity or criminal activity.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Marked or characterized by scandalous crimes or vices: as, a flagitious record.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, an such like. (see nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, surprising, vile.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly unlawful: because, a flagitious action or crime.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Marked or described as scandalous crimes or vices: because, a flagitious record.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, etc. (see nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, surprising, vile.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly criminal: because, a flagitious action or criminal activity.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Marked or characterized by scandalous crimes or vices: as, a flagitious record.
    • Shamefully wicked; atrocious; scandalous; flagrant; grossly unlawful: as, a flagitious activity or criminal activity.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, an such like. (identify nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, shocking, vile.
    • Guilty of scandalous crimes; profligate; corrupt; abandoned.
    • Marked or characterized by scandalous crimes or vices: because, a flagitious record.
    • Synonyms Execrable, Villainous, an such like. (identify nefarious); heinous, shameful, infamous, shocking, vile.

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