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Use "blatancy" in a sentence
"But what undermines the book "is not simply the blatancy of the symbolism, or the conversations in which everyone makes their part in the novel's psychological framing just a shade too clear, but a kind of procedural elephantiasis.""
"Although not abstract (because recognisable for what it is), it nonetheless possesses a certain mystery because of its quiet blatancy."
"I got the impression that McMissile's debate strategy was to very deliberately try to get under Obama's skin using the blatancy of his lies as bait, in order to draw Obama into a street brawl."