brazenly obvious; flagrant:
a blatant error in simple addition; a blatant lie.
offensively noisy or loud; clamorous:
the blatant colors of the dress.
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glaringly conspicuous or obvious: a blatant lie
offensively noticeable: blatant disregard for a person’s feelings
bashful; shy. bleat. bleat (def 4). Historical Examples Robert Falconer George MacDonald Royal Edinburgh Margaret Oliphant The Entail John Galt Scotch Wit and Humor W. H. (Walter Henry) Howe Gilian The Dreamer Neil Munro Wives and Daughters Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland Daniel Turner Holmes John Splendid Neil […]
bleat. bleat (def 4).
foolish, voluble talk: His speech was full of the most amazing blather. to talk or utter foolishly; blither; babble: The poor thing blathered for hours about the intricacies of his psyche. Contemporary Examples The Portman Bubble Howard Kurtz April 9, 2012 Republican Debate: Newt’s Curiously Bloodless Performance January 23, 2012 Where’s The Outrage? Dan Rather […]