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The most glaring example was a lapse in coverage against tight end Evan Engram that allowed the Giants to take a 20-3 lead.

The point is that, yes, the Nationals could leap into the mix right now and address a glaring need.

Yes, we in the commentariat do make mistakes, but analysts weren’t dumb in pointing out all of Quibi’s glaring, red-alert flaws.

Now that we also have Covid-19 to contend with, the problem is even more glaring.

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The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles County, where one of the most glaring and disturbing abuses of the database was recently revealed.

And most glaringly, the fabulously wealthy woman professing to shoulder the burdens of the poor.

The glaringly obvious reason is that, upon her election to Parliament in April 2012, Suu Kyi became a politician.

He did specify a few changes—which apply only to legal immigrants and which are glaringly beside the main point.

President Obama was also glaringly shortsighted in Los Cabos.

If that tax is set too high, it can discourage even the most glaringly urgent transfers of control.

By this illustration the native ferocity of the eighteenth-century caricaturists is glaringly exemplified.

Llewellyn might write for her: but it was glaringly impossible that the situation should lay itself so far open to Llewellyn.

Why the Hotel Bellevue hadnt any shade-trees in front; why it was so glaringly hot and dusty and brazen-faced, we didnt see.

The mass of yellow hair, newly-dyed, looked glaringly youthful and incongruous above it.

It was glaringly hot, and when they reached the Casa Perucca, Denise asked the colonel to come in and rest.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to glaringly, such as: brilliantly, splendidly, blazingly, dazzlingly, gleamingly, and glisteningly.

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