Her references to Pride and Prejudice are blatant and playful.
As Catholic teachers and pastors, we strongly object to this blatant insensitivity to our moral values and legal rights.
The authorities need to end their blatant retaliation against government critics.
True, it is grounded in the realities of a fight against a sort of blatant segregation that no longer exists.
For pointing out Italian television's blatant sexism and Berlusconi's "girl problem"?
Yet a year ago he had bragged of the blatant braininess of his best woman friend!
Banstead's blatant folly had been enough to set any man in a rage.
The rustle of the leaves sounded noisy, blatant even, in the ominous stillness.
How about the blatant person who had declared HE could have gotten the appropriation?
At one time some worthy fellow entreats us to take up the public cudgel and belabour a blatant Economist.
1596, in blatant beast, coined by Edmund Spenser in "The Faerie Queen" to describe a thousand-tongued monster representing slander; probably suggested by Latin blatire "to babble." It entered general use 1650s, as "noisy in an offensive and vulgar way;" the sense of "obvious, glaringly conspicuous" is from 1889. Related: Blatantly.