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flagrant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflagrantfla‧grant /ˈfleɪɡrənt/ adjective 🔊 🔊 OBVIOUSa flagrant action is shocking because it is done in a way that is easily noticed and shows no respect for laws, truth etcflagrant abuse/violation/breach etc 🔊 flagrant violations of human rights 🔊 a flagrant disregard for the lawflagrantly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
flagrantThat is clearly an unauthorised and flagrant abuse of the facilities of this House and an unauthorised use of taxpayers' money.The regime has often been criticized for its flagrant abuses of human rights.An obvious example would be if it reached a decision in flagrant breach of the rules of natural justice.The only serious incident that has ever occurred involved a clear and flagrant case of product alteration and misuse.Poison gas was used, in flagrant disregard of the Geneva Convention.We must be clear, this shooting of civilian aircraft out of the air was a flagrant violation of international law.flagrant abuse/violation/breach etcOne of the most flagrant abuses in this regard is the widespread practice of multiple recovery surgery ...We must be clear, this shooting of civilian aircraft out of the air was a flagrant violation of international law.That is clearly an unauthorised and flagrant abuse of the facilities of this House and an unauthorised use of taxpayers' money.An obvious example would be if it reached a decision in flagrant breach of the rules of natural justice.
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