glaringly


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glar·ing

 (glâr′ĭng)
adj.
1. Shining intensely and blindingly: the glaring noonday sun.
2. Tastelessly showy or bright; garish: a store painted in glaring colors.
3. Conspicuous; obvious: a glaring error. See Synonyms at flagrant.
4. Staring with anger, fierceness, or hostility: glaring eyes.

glar′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.glaringly - in a glaring manner; "it was glaringly obvious"
Translations
بِسُطوع، متوهِّجا
oslnivě
iøjefaldende
vakítóan
meî of miklum glampa; reiîilega
açıkçagöz kamaştırırcasına

glaringly

[ˈglɛərɪŋlɪ] ADV to be glaringly obviousestar totalmente claro, saltar a la vista

glaringly

[ˈglɛərɪŋli] adv
It was glaringly obvious → C'était d'une évidence absolue.

glaringly

adv
shinegrell; glaringly brightgrell
(= blatantly) glaringly obvious (fact, statement)überdeutlich; it was glaringly obvious that he had no ideaes war nur zu ersichtlich, dass er keine Ahnung hatte; a glaringly obvious errorein Fehler, der einem geradezu ins Auge springt; it’s glaringly wrongdas ist ein eklatanter Fehler

glaringly

[ˈglɛərɪŋlɪ] adv it is glaringly obvious that ...è più che evidente che...

glare

(gleə) verb
1. to stare fiercely and angrily. She glared at the little boy.
2. to shine very brightly, usually to an unpleasant extent. The sun glared down on us as we crossed the desert.
noun
1. a fierce or angry look. a glare of displeasure.
2. unpleasantly bright light. the glare of the sun.
ˈglaring adjective
1. unpleasantly bright; too bright. the glaring sun; glaring colours.
2. obvious. a glaring error.
ˈglaringly adverb
References in classic literature ?
How could YOU lie so glaringly as to affirm I hated the "poor child"?
It was glaringly hot, not a cloud in the sky nor a breath of wind, and the only shadow was that of the few scattered pine trees.
In the front rank were the chiefs and principal warriors, glaringly painted and decorated; behind them were arranged the rest of the people, men, women, and children.
To say nothing of the needless severity of this act, its impolicy was glaringly obvious.
But in the corridors that followed the suite, there stood, opposite to each window, a heavy tripod, bearing a brazier of fire, that projected its rays through the tinted glass and so glaringly illumined the room.
Every detail of the day had been so carefully thought out that the young couple, after the wedding-breakfast, had ample time to put on their travelling-clothes, descend the wide Mingott stairs between laughing bridesmaids and weeping parents, and get into the brougham under the traditional shower of rice and satin slippers; and there was still half an hour left in which to drive to the station, buy the last weeklies at the bookstall with the air of seasoned travellers, and settle themselves in the reserved compartment in which May's maid had already placed her dove-coloured travelling cloak and glaringly new dressing-bag from London.
In an arched room by himself, like a cellar upstairs, with walls so glaringly white that they made the massive iron window-bars and iron-bound door even more profoundly black than they were, we found the trooper standing in a corner.
It was glaringly inappropriate in a damaged, half-overturned, and sinking airship, which had been disabled and blown out of action after inflicting the cruellest bombardment in the world's history; but it was immensely stirring nevertheless.
as it was so glaringly out of season; but I was better pleased to see it lolled.
As Bradley gazed upon them in wide-eyed astonishment, he saw plainly that all his intelligence, all his acquired knowledge through years of observation and experience were set at naught by the simple evidence of the fact that stood out glaringly before his eyes--the creatures' wings were not mechanical devices but as natural appendages, growing from their shoulderblades, as were their arms and legs.
The day was truly Chilian: glaringly bright, and the atmosphere quite clear.
But suppose a kind of social tabula rasa, every social unit perfectly equal, an increase of population everywhere in the same ratio, and give the same amount of land to each family; it would not be long before you would again have all the existing inequalities of fortune; it is glaringly evident, therefore, that there are such things as superiority of fortune, of thinking capacity, and of power, and we must make up our minds to this fact; but the masses will always regard rights that have been most honestly acquired as privileges, and as a wrong done to themselves.