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- adv. In a flagrant manner
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- adv. In a flagrant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a flagrant manner; glaringly; notoriously.
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- adv. in a flagrant manner
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Bullwinkle was well known as a flagrantly homosexual moose although he did on occasion like to dip into a fish when he had a few too many drinks.
Here I tap the blackboard in an authoritative manner and refer to a flagrantly unscientific survey of some male friends of mine which I conducted for the purposes of this article.
Salt, a jacked-up espionage/action machine starring Angelina Jolie as a CIA superstar who may or may not be a Russian spy, is a movie I have no trouble calling flagrantly preposterous and over-the-top -- impossible to buy on any sober, adult level.
In its ruling, the ASA said the Tshwane Metro Council had "a history of violations of the advertising code" and that the Council had so far "flagrantly" ignored the ASA's rulings.
He looked a bright enough kid, but terms like 'flagrantly' probably didn't pop up in too many of his normal conversations.
Mr Bathurst, also acting for Ms Hellicar and Mr Brown, was in the NSW Supreme Court of Appeal on the second day of an appeal against last year's decision by Justice Ian Gzell that found 10 James Hardie defendants had "flagrantly" breached the corporations law when they approved a 2001 press release that said an asbestos fund was "fully funded".
Bush 'flagrantly' disobeying law in using TARP funds
*** Bush 'flagrantly' disobeying law in using TARP funds***
(Bush Abandoned Ramos and Compean) "Bush 'flagrantly' disobeying law in using TARP funds"
In 2006, Beijing departed from its normal restraint in dealing with North Korea when it accused Pyongyang of 'flagrantly' conducting a nuclear test, in defiance of international opinion.