Examples of blatant in a Sentence
- Blatant racial and gender discrimination is just about over. —Gregg Esterbrook, New Republic, 20 Dec. 1999
- The surcharges are particularly galling … because they seem to amount to blatant double dipping. —John Greenwald, Time, 29 Nov. 1999
He showed a blatant disregard for the safety of other drivers.
a blatant clamor for the impeachment of the scandal-plagued governor
Recent Examples of blatant from the Web
Still, the sweeping nature of the House panel's conclusions, and the blatant contradiction with the intelligence community's findings on the election, could mark an overreach by Republicans on the panel.
Democrats denounced the Nunes memo as a blatant attempt by Trump and House Republicans to discredit special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Especially considering the beauty ideals that are pushed on women from birth (thanks, shampoo commercials), bald women's blatant refusal to exist for anyone but themselves is groundbreaking.
Now, the Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a lawsuit to stop California's blatant interference with federal immigration enforcement while also blasting the liberal hotbed of anti-Trump resistance.
To shrug and say, well, two-stepping through feces, needles and puddles of urine, and rushing past blatant criminal activity is the unofficial surcharge for purchasing tickets to the theater in San Francisco?
According to the sources, the financial records from Miller and wiretap conversations featuring Dawkins illuminate the blatant nature of deal-making to land top talent well before the players turn professional.
Entertainment has always been a hallow industry, but last night's Grammys were a particularly blatant, soul-sucking, and manipulative event.
The Nunes memo was a blatant attempt to undermine the ongoing Russian Investigation being conducted by special counsel Robert Mueller.
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Origin and Etymology of blatant
First Known Use: 1596See Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of blatant
- vociferous cries of protest and outrage
- clamorous demands for prison reforms
- blatant rock music
- a blatant clamor for impeachment
- heard the strident cry of the crow
- a boisterous crowd of party goers
- the obstreperous demonstrators were arrested
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