Wickham represented them, so gross
a violation of everything right could hardly have been concealed from the world; and that friendship between a person capable of it, and such an amiable man as Bingley, was incomprehensible.
Her neglect of her husband, her encouragement of other men, her extravagance and dissipation, were so gross
and notorious that no one could be ignorant of them at the time, nor can now have forgotten them.
Listening to Bennigsen and the generals criticizing the position of the troops behind the hill, he quite understood them and shared their opinion, but for that very reason he could not understand how the man who put them there behind the hill could have made so gross
and palpable a blunder.
"It's hard to talk hockey in this country since we think of it as our game, but it's largely owned by others." So Gross
replaced the stick with a broom, the puck with a rock, and he kept the ice, which makes us all feel at home.