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Sentence count:119+6 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-14Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: blazingclamantclamorousconspicuousstridentvociferousSimilar words: at any costat any timeat any rateblackcurrantdistantinstantmilitanthesitantMeaning: ['bleɪtnt]  adj. 1. without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious 2. conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry. 
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1. The whole episode was a blatant attempt to gain publicity.
2. Outsiders will continue to suffer the most blatant discrimination.
3. I was shocked by the blatant racism of his remarks.
4. His treatment of his secretary was a blatant example of managerial arrogance.
5. She was shocked by his blatant sexism.
6. He was sent off for a blatant foul on Giggs.
7. The boundary changes were denounced as blatant gerrymandering.
8. Everyone is tired of their blatant effronteries.
9. The papers were full of the most blatant propagandist nonsense.
10. He accused the diary's publishers of blatant opportunism.
11. The takeover of the embassy constitutes a flagrant/blatant violation of international law.
12. How could she swallow such a blatant lie?
13. Our teacher is guilty of blatant favouritism.
14. Gibbs calls it a blatant violation of the federal Fair Housing Act(, which forbids using federal money for gentrification.
15. I was shocked to find that such blatant disparity in benefits still existed.
16. The referee ignored a blatant handball and several other offences and I was beginning to think it was not our day.
17. There could hardly have been a more blatant political manipulation of the public inquiry system in favour of the developer.
18. The Department of Defense was notorious in its blatant discrimination against its non-U.
19. The blatant example of Stalin has vividly shown the world this.
20. The Advertising Standards Authority accused estate agents of using blatant untruths.
21. The delegation submitted a memorandum to the Commons on the blatant violations of basic human rights.
22. At times the arrogance of those in power is quite blatant.
23. Until 1986 most companies would not even allow women to take the examinations, but such blatant discrimination is now disappearing.
24. Now the single girl has even managed to score a hot date-through blatant flirting.
25. It was they who would make full propagandist use of Suez as a blatant example of Western imperialism.
26. Talk of ignorance in the face of the most blatant hint.
27. The judiciary only resort to disciplinary action in the most blatant cases,( where the alternative would make us look even worse.
28. At the last Olympics, sports seemed to be less important than the blatant commercialism of the merchandise suppliers.
29. You doctor should not have told your parents about the abortion -- that was a blatant breach of confidentiality.
30. So, if his tactics in October 1962 were perhaps more blatant than in the past, they were certainly far from unprecedented.
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