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fla·grant

 (flā′grənt)
adj.
1. Conspicuously bad, offensive, or reprehensible: a flagrant miscarriage of justice. See Usage Note at blatant.
2. Obsolete Flaming; blazing.

[Latin flagrāns, flagrant-, present participle of flagrāre, to burn; see bhel- in Indo-European roots.]

fla′gran·cy, fla′grance n.
fla′grant·ly adv.
Synonyms: flagrant, glaring, gross, egregious, rank2
These adjectives refer to what is conspicuously bad or offensive. Flagrant applies to what is offensive to a serious or appalling degree: flagrant disregard for the law; a flagrant example of racial prejudice.
What is glaring is disturbingly or painfully obvious: a glaring error; glaring contradictions.
Gross suggests a magnitude of offense or failing that cannot be condoned or forgiven: gross ineptitude; gross injustice.
Something egregious is so offensive as to provoke outrage or condemnation: an egregious lie.
What is rank is highly offensive or repugnant: rank stupidity; rank treachery.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.flagrantly - in a flagrant manner; "he is flagrantly disregarding the law"
Translations
بصورةٍ فاضِحَه
křiklavězjevně
hneykslanlega
apaçık bir şekilde

flagrantly

[ˈfleɪgrəntlɪ] ADVflagrantemente

flagrantly

[ˈfleɪgrəntli] adv (= blatantly) → de façon flagrante

flagrantly

adv violate, abuse, disregardganz eindeutig or offensichtlich; flirtunverhohlen; he is flagrantly indiscreeter begeht offene Indiskretionen; this is flagrantly unjustdas ist eine himmelschreiende Ungerechtigkeit

flagrantly

[ˈfleɪgrəntlɪ] advpalesemente
it is flagrantly unjust → è una flagrante ingiustizia

flagrant

(ˈfleigrənt) adjective
(usually of something bad) very obvious; easily seen. flagrant injustice.
ˈflagrantly adverb
ˈflagrancy noun
References in classic literature ?
She smiled and smiled, and we met; but it was all done in a silence by this time flagrantly ominous.
In the execution of this trust, the council were necessarily led to a comparison of both the legislative and executive proceedings, with the constitutional powers of these departments; and from the facts enumerated, and to the truth of most of which both sides in the council subscribed, it appears that the constitution had been flagrantly violated by the legislature in a variety of important instances.
Just then, too, when the law had been so flagrantly outraged, its dignity must be asserted.
Shaking her head very emphatically indeed, Mrs Nickleby swept away; and all the evening, in the midst of the merriment and enjoyment that ensued, and in which with that exception she freely participated, conducted herself towards Miss La Creevy in a stately and distant manner, designed to mark her sense of the impropriety of her conduct, and to signify her extreme and cutting disapprobation of the misdemeanour she had so flagrantly committed.
It is true that he was flagrantly in the wrong, his victim as laudably in the right.
But it would be too openly vile, too flagrantly infamous, if I did not at least restore to P--'s son the tens of thousands of roubles spent in curing my idiocy.
It was really, of course, not so much against social institutions themselves that Shelley revolted as against their abuses, which were still more flagrantly apparent in his time than in ours.
Yemen condemns the horrific crime, which comes as part of a series of crimes committed by the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition which flagrantly violated the human rights and international laws.
Turkey continues to dispute international legality by flagrantly violating the sovereign rights of the Republic of Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean.
NNA - "Lebanese Forces" leader Samir Geagea said that terrorism aimed at disrupting normal life in the country, yet he added, it flagrantly failed to attain its goal in Qaa.
But the panel ruled: "The respondent flagrantly disregarded her regulatory obligations and was entirely culpable for her misconduct.
It added that the meeting aims to take action towards this new escalation, which flagrantly violates international law and resolutions of international legitimacy.