Thesaurus / blatant
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Carrasco’s inclusion in the deal was a blatant salary dump, owing to the $27 million he is owed over the next two seasons.
Separately, there’s a blatant disconnect between those designing the PPP process and the businesses trying to benefit from it.
WHY THE PPP STILL FALLS SHORT FOR SMALL BUSINESSESJAKEMETHDECEMBER 31, 2020FORTUNE
Critics fume that the shorts’ actions represent a blatant conflict of interest.
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Those cases led the court to end blatant discriminate against women.
When I asked women last year about the factors keeping women from ascending to the top of banking’s corporate ladder, not one cited the kind of blatant, sleazy sexism that once plagued trading floors.
NEW CITI CEO JANE FRASER GIVES WALL STREET BANKS A FRESH PERSPECTIVECLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTERSEPTEMBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
She realised now from what a blatant scoundrel she had been saved; but she still bitterly resented our intervention.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
WORDS RELATED TO BLATANT
- raising the roof
- turned up
- turned up
- wakes the dead
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