Flagrant in a sentence as an adjective

More like a flagrant abuse of the law.

I just avoid being as flagrant of an ******* here as I am on 4chan.

> The 28-year-old was held for nine hours, the maximum the law allowsWhat a flagrant abuse of power.

Courts and legislatures don't look too kindly upon flagrant violations of the spirit of the law.

To be honest, for the next 24 hours we're focusing pretty much solely on flagrant hedonism.

I've been wondering for years how 23andMe has been getting away with what is clearly a flagrant violation of FDA marketing rules.

"...The state then is the most flagrant negation, the most cynical and complete negation of humanity.

I do enjoy this author's flagrant disregard for Google's NDA they require you to sign and promise not to discuss the interview questions.

This is a flagrant simplification of economics and it's unfortunate that this is often allowed to stand on HN.

Also, we really, really need to start making our civil servants accountable to flagrant violations of the law, lest we have more of them lying before Congress without fear of actual penalty.

Obviously a group of schoolgirls doesn't qualify, and a squad of advancing infantry does qualify, but in-between there are many shades of grey, and only the most flagrant targeting of civilians is prosecutable.

Flagrant definitions


conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible; "a crying shame"; "an egregious lie"; "flagrant violation of human rights"; "a glaring error"; "gross ineptitude"; "gross injustice"; "rank treachery"

See also: egregious glaring gross rank