flagrant

[ fley-gruhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF flagrant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLAGRANT

He realized that his conduct was too flagrant to admit of defense, so he attempted none.

Some of the most flagrant of these, if not encouraged, have at least been sanctioned by the whites.

Now, however, the wrong was so flagrant that she resolved to speak to her son.

It is painfully necessary to avoid open and flagrant scandal.

And yet the treachery and the deceit were so flagrant that surely no condonation was possible.

They ended their sinful career by open and flagrant mutiny and were shot for it.

We have a right to protest when the offence is open and flagrant.

Du Faur declaimed against the flagrant abuses of the church.

I was a little scandalised at this flagrant tribute to the enemy, and said so.

When you ask the objector to go to war, you invite him to commit a flagrant sin.

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