Regardless of his heinous crimes, Robinson says Ramirez remained the most popular inmate at San Quentin.
How much are these videos, and the heinous acts they portray, escalating the likelihood of all-out regional war?
"There is no better rebuke to al Qaeda and its heinous ideology," Clinton said.
There were certain acts too heinous for even them to commit, at least, not without some grave moral cost.
heinous crimes, witnesses say, have been committed by militias loyal to both Gbagbo and Ouattara.
And, to practise poetry is not there as here, heinous to one's friends.
Nay, what, after all, are the so heinous faults upon which you animadvert?
These citations make clear the scriptural recognition of witchcraft as a heinous sin and crime.
It may be said, after all, that his behaviour was not so heinous.
Blenkin, slightly ruffled, enlarged upon the heinous nature of the crime and the leniency of the sentence.
late 14c., from Old French hainos "inconvenient, awkward; hateful, unpleasant; odious" (Modern French haineux), from haine "hatred," from hair "to hate," from Frankish *hatjan (cf. Old Saxon haton, Old English hatian "to hate;" see hate (v.)). Related: Heinously; heinousness.