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- adv. In a blatant manner; so as to be highly visible or obvious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a blatant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a blatant manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a blatant manner
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She gazed up at him through her lashes, her expression blatantly sexual.
Reasons for some people to avoid alcohol remain blatantly obvious.
The red crystal pendant dangled blatantly from a gold chain around his neck.
Why the word “terrorist” leads so many people into a state of hysterical presumptuousness accompanied by demands to defy our constitution blatantly, is beyond me.
I still feel this way about a lot of books; I like either nonfiction or stories in blatantly fictional settings - but not the ones that are "realistic" dramas involving self-torturing individuals and their families.
"A Fox on the Fairway" even borrows blatantly from the playwright's own manual, reusing a curtain-call reenactment gimmick from his "Lend Me a Tenor."
Whether earmarks are good or bad, isn't the important point that Palin blatantly lied about her support for the "bridge to nowhere"?
Raevmo: Whether earmarks are good or bad, isn't the important point that Palin blatantly lied about her support for the "bridge to nowhere"?
Brilliant portrayal of edward in twilight i think ... and who's moaning about the 'like' frequency ... rich coming from americans!!! he's a geat actor who blatantly is a little uncomforable with all the hype so what?
Hani-meijin blatantly tells him that he was planning to, but she had a heart attack before he could kill her.