use heinous in a sentence.
New design is heinous
Thoughtcrimes are a heinous offence.
Reserved for particularly heinous breakages of the regression tests, perhaps?
That's pretty heinous, but deleting /usr shouldn't cause you to lose any irreplaceable data.
Anyone actually using this is almost certainly committing a heinous premature optimization.
Trying to solve a problem one doesn't understand is a pretty heinous crime.
I'm not pointing out a heinous crime, but it doesn't contain the network code
I'm sure the Stasi prevented a few heinous crimes in its day too.
MySpace's own layout is heinous.
Sony has certainly done some heinous things in the past, but so has Microsoft.
I accuse MBCook of really heinous threatening things (that i don't dare repeat or more people will feel threatened).
I'm so glad that my work doesn't include being a lawyer and getting paid extremely well for going after people in the most heinous way.
The 'April Fool' label prevents that heinous possibility from occurring.
The rub in this case is that Franz's licensing terms (involving royalties on the products you create using their product) are even more heinous than typical proprietary software.
Particularly heinous for the Skype purchase: it's amazingly buggy.
Then whatever it's actually a photo of that's such a heinous thing ought to have some evidence for the occurrence thereof.
I'd hardly call the STL, ATL, or WTL particularly heinous abuses of the template system..