extremely wicked, deeply criminal;
"a flagitious crime"
shockingly brutal or cruel;
"murder is an atrocious crime"
"a grievous offense against morality"
"a grievous crime"
"no excess was too monstrous for them to commit"
- It is well known, wolf's natural disposition is flagitious.
- What true is inconceivable was we still permits flagitious, the dangerous sports existence now in this time.
- The young gentleman had employed a course of the most persevering and flagitious artifices to win the girl's heart.
- That's the vast sea, gale, storm, huge wave, fierce marlin, flagitious shark, a fish boat, an old man, a fight between man and nature.
- But pond local police station Instructor Liu told the reporters, this extermination document is he the most flagitious case which has seen since the police 20 years.
- Under Lu in several scoundrels flagitious beats mercilessly crawls the vehicle bottom, the scoundrel faced on Lu's leg with the pointed knife straight from the shoulder to puncture two knives.