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- adv. In a glaring manner; so as to be highly visible or obvious; so as to attract notice or attention.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a glaring manner; openly; clearly; notoriously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a glaring manner
Does it have significant flaws, most glaringly from the gearbox?
The name glaringly omitted from all the articles on the GS Fraud case is George Soros who was feeding at the same trough as Paulson.
s obvious love for Lian, and his complete indifference towards teammate Grace manifest in glaringly different but effective ways.
At 2 a.m. on May 28, Ruby was released into the custody of a Berlusconi aide, a procedure the court document calls "glaringly anomalous," in part because Ruby had no identification documents.
At 2: 20 pm today, the California Democratic Party released a list of speakers at this weekend's convention in Sacramento with one big name glaringly absent: Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
"Never" kind of glaringly suggests a different idea.
This was glaringly apparent in ferocity and bile spouted by the shock troops the GOP leaders in consort with the tea baggers brought out to harangue, harass and bully Democrat legislators on the eve of the health care vote.
Although a couple having disagreements during the planning stages of a wedding is normal, this couples' differences were glaringly obvious.
You and the governor seem dedicated to pandering to those empty buckets, but trust that such inauthenticity can be glaringly transparent to the American people.
Maybe, if Bonehead Boehner would start standing up for our country and the hard-hit citizens of northeast Ohio instead of blindly following the same old failed fossilized Republican dogmatism that he clings to like an avaricious addict – maybe, if he could see the light, such glaringly important oversights as the Cleveland/Pittsburgh link would be emphasized instead of imaginary misleading distractions.
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