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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLARINGLY

There is not an imperfection which is not glaringly displayed.

To be sure, her sisters had, but she could not see that they were glaringly happy.

In a country like this, the plea of necessity for crime is glaringly impious.

Then the lights came on, glaringly bright after the darkness, and he saw the Varn.

Their faces were painted, but not so glaringly as those of the warriors.

"But it is a most glaringly patent fact that we are not," said Dolly.

I detest them, but it is only in their company that I can feel I am not glaringly conspicuous.

Certainly his every move had been direct, impetuous, glaringly obvious.

Is not, therefore, his essential supposition too glaringly anthropomorphic?

The fault of this miscarriage, however, was glaringly on the other side.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from present participle of glare. Meaning "obtrusively conspicuous" is from 1706.

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