English version

glaringly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglaringlyglar‧ing‧ly /ˈɡleərɪŋli $ ˈɡler-/ adverb  in a way that is very clear and easy to notice Some of the clues were glaringly obvious.
Examples from the Corpus
glaringlyBy taking four years within our period, each half a century apart, one sees them glaringly clearly.Now, with the founder gone, these ominous flaws lay glaringly exposed.It's glaringly obvious that schools are not commercial organisations and children, unlike bars of chocolate, are not commodities.I thought it was so glaringly obvious.Prevention measures are therefore glaringly obvious!But although it is an easy target, its deficiencies are exhibited quite generally, if less glaringly, throughout the theory.glaringly obviousI thought it was so glaringly obvious.Prevention measures are therefore glaringly obvious!It's glaringly obvious that schools are not commercial organisations and children, unlike bars of chocolate, are not commodities.
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