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- n. The condition of being flagrant
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A burning; great heat; inflammation.
- n. The condition or quality of being flagrant; atrocity; heiniousness; enormity; excess.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Burning; inflammation; heat.
- n. The quality of being flagrant; heinousness; atrocity.
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The Methodists love your big sinners as proper subjects to work upon -- and indeed they have a plentiful harvest -- I think what you call flagrancy was never more in fashion.
The Methodists love your big sinners, as proper subjects to work upon ” and indeed they have a plentiful harvest ” I think what you call flagrancy was never more in fashion.
It looks as if a woman is spreading her legs in sexual flagrancy.
And she writes herself the permission slip with such stunning flagrancy ...
And again, it places the onus of sexual responsibility and flagrancy on the woman!
No, the truly maddening thing about them is the flagrancy with which they break their own rules.
The responses to my remarks were a repeated exercise, of bizarre flagrancy, in missing the point.
When people who had nothing to do with the case were so sensible of its flagrancy, people who lost money by it could scarcely be expected to deal mildly with it.
He was evidently impressed by the flagrancy of Iraq's defiance of Resolution 1441.
Drugs were booming, and the druggist, not satisfied with the normal hugeness of his profits, slipped into the fashion and fleeced all round with unprecedented flagrancy.