blatant[ bleyt-nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF blatant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLATANT
Banstead's blatant folly had been enough to set any man in a rage.
How about the blatant person who had declared HE could have gotten the appropriation?
Its voice was not the trumpeting of the disreputable goddess we all know—not blatant—not brazen.
It can hurt no one but himself if he is blatant, ignorant, contemptuous.
Women are all alike––all human––all susceptible to sheer, blatant flattery.
There are a number of others, but these are some of the most blatant.
The greater part of this talk is, to speak plainly, blatant cant.
She contrasted his blatant unselfishness with the hardness of Stephen.
The Republican was informed that they were despised as a blatant minority.
And yet you have sneered at my 'ignorant atheism and blatant unbelief.'