[ UK /flˈe‍ɪɡɹəntli/ ]
[ US /ˈfɫeɪɡɹəntɫi/ ]
  1. in a flagrant manner
    he is flagrantly disregarding the law
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How To Use flagrantly In A Sentence

  • the dance often becomes flagrantly obscene
  • There was now almost nothing flagrantly alien about her, apart from her headscarf.
  • More flagrantly Wollheim says that Lacan accepts the erotogenic zones Freud associated with drives. Lacan: An Exchange
  • The organization flagrantly promotes the use of violence.
  • It is expected that the bishop examine the priest-offender closely to determine whether he has been flagrantly neglectful of his life of prayer and living an unseemly life in areas other than that of the molestation charge.
  • Panama city beach condos a wordlessly undisputedly systematic sloe ago, i can easy wildfire how i neuropsychiatric to luau when i flagrantly thrombopenia to tetrao my littre. Rational Review
  • The judge said he had never seen a defendant act so "recklessly and wantonly and flagrantly and criminally."
  • Their subtle lack of receptiveness is finally made flagrantly obvious when one noisily hawks an enormous loogie and spits it onto the stove, where it sizzles like an oyster at a beachside barbecue.
  • Make no mistake: "Spiritual Fitness" is just a clever term concocted by the military to flagrantly violate the Constitution and promote religion. Chris Rodda: Mandatory U.S. Army Survey Says Non-Believers Unfit to Serve
  • Oh, the words are still there, of course, but presidents of both parties flagrantly ignore them - sometimes with fancy arguments that are remarkably unpersuasive, but mainly by now with shrugging indifference.
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