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adjective as in red-handed

adjective as in red-handed

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The general pressure was for a less blatantly hardened campus.

They can’t just — blatantly try to subvert our whole democracy like this.

The judge assigned to the disciplinary case labeled Carey “blatantly disingenuous” and suspended him from practicing law twice in 2009.

So when someone lies to you or blatantly disregards public safety, there is a tendency to take that personally, too.

Legal experts have called the law “blatantly unconstitutional.”

But the entendre and innuendo permeates the rest of the series—often innocently, but sometimes far more blatantly.

The conservatives saw all of this as blatantly political activism.

Some were blatantly inferior, he said, at times with metal shavings and burrs in the threads.

That Made in Chelsea has a story editor listed on its end credits is no surprise; it is blatantly set up.

In my descriptions of the encounter, I kept the focus on how I spluttered in the face of a blatantly sexist remark.

Mackie, both at the college and elsewhere, was one of these blatantly popular chaps, and I myself didn't like him.

I became blatantly American again, and gloried in the fact that everywhere it was all Stars and Stripes.

Mrs. Ackroyde was far less artificial, and though her hair was dyed it did not proclaim the fact blatantly.

They want the practical, the blatantly obvious, spiced with a little emotion.

"Our money may have been made a little—well, blatantly," said Hal, flushing.


On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blatantly, such as: caught, in flagrante delicto, and openly.

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