flagitious [fluh-jish-uh s]
1. shamefully wicked, as persons, actions, or times.
2. heinous or flagrant, as a crime; infamous.
Origin: 1350-1400; Middle English flagicious < Latin flāgitiōsus, equivalent to flāgiti (um) shame, scandal + -ōsus -ous
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Well, I queued this to post for 3:20 am, so it should have posted like 6 hours ago, but for some reason, it didn't. I hope tomorrow's entry posts on time.