Definition of "blatant" [bla•tant]

  • (adjective) Unpleasantly loud and noisy: "There are those who find the trombones blatant and the triangle silly, but both add effective color” ( Musical Heritage Review). See Synonyms at vociferous.
  • (adjective) Usage Problem Totally or offensively conspicuous or obtrusive: a blatant lie.

Use "blatant" in a sentence

  • "WORD CORRECT PRONUNCIATION alma mater _alma mater_ apparatus _apparatus_ apricot _apricot_ attaché _attasha'_ audacious _audashus_ ballet _bal'la_ blasé _blaza'_ blatant _blatant_ chasten _chasen_"
  • "While Senate Republicans joined Democrats in pounding on the Goldman executives at the hearing and expressed comparable outrage over what they described as blatant conflicts of interest in the structuring of Goldman deals, they confidently trooped over to the Senate floor to vote again to block the bill."
  • "On recovering Bureche farm, National lands Institute (INTI) officials faced an angry oligarch opposing what he calls the blatant invasion of private property."

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