Glaring in a sentence as an adjective

I became disenamored with the app due to a glaring fault.

A glaring point that the article seems to forget is that Bezos, Jobs, et. al., are founder CEOs.

It seems a glaring error in the essay not to reconcile this part of the plotline.

After you use it for a while though the weaknesses become pretty glaring and hard to accept.

The most glaring one is that the other planes in the area diverted to avoid the storm.

This seems like a pretty glaring and obvious issue that I'm sure I would have experienced before.

The most glaring problem is this:> There are 255 possible representations of zero.

It's clearly not indistinguishable from optical shallow depth of field, but it's not so bad that it's glaring.

Clapper's assertion is such a glaring abuse that I would hope it could set up another supreme court challenge to the privilege.

"I feel that I also have a responsibility to publicize such a glaring security hole in your site.

This really underscores Amazon's glaring omission of a billing cutoff on Amazon web services.

This could be something that you see as a glaring problem for the business which also happens to be something that you are highly interested in.

Aside from any obvious or glaring safety issues, ideas like this one, that teeter on the reality-joke line, are the exact ones that bring about true disruption.

It reminds me of an anecdote from Steven Levy's "In the Plex" on a sneaker wearing gnome that was inexplicably making a mockery of Froogle results:> But one problem was so glaring that the team wasnt comfortable releasing Froogle: when the query running shoes was typed in, the top result was a garden gnome sculpture that happened to be wearing sneakers.

> Symantec says the theft actually occurred in 2006So somebody stole the source code five years ago and they're starting to fix some of the glaring vulnerabilities today because this somehow got in the news?That's reason enough to stay away from all network-enabled Symantec products, I would expect them to be equally insecure if this is the way they do things.

Glaring definitions


shining intensely; "the blazing sun"; "blinding headlights"; "dazzling snow"; "fulgent patterns of sunlight"; "the glaring sun"

See also: blazing blinding dazzling fulgent glary


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 flagrant gross rank