That means that most of its policies are not only socially reactionary and oppressive, but flagrantly misogynistic as well.
Fisher was flagrantly cuckolded by Taylor as the whole world watched the filming of Cleopatra in Rome.
To begin with, the First Amendment is flagrantly biased in favor of religion.
Wrongs are committed, and flagrantly, but Nutting commits to her premise without wavering and demands the reader do so, too.
It was, in fact, most flagrantly contradictory that she should have taken offense at that which she had so obviously invited.
And—I hate to say so—but she treated him a little too flagrantly.
Just west of our old friend Mossy-Face were two rows of flagrantly new trenches.
What he was doing was flagrantly unlawful unless he charged her with some offence.
It glittered hideously with gold-leafed signs; canopies of flagrantly stained glass hung over each door and window.
If her mother was excellent and common she was not common—not at least flagrantly so—and perhaps also not excellent.
c.1500, "resplendent," from Latin flagrantem (nominative flagrans) "burning, blazing, glowing," figuratively "glowing with passion, eager, vehement," present participle of flagrare "to burn, blaze, glow" from Latin root *flag-, corresponding to PIE *bhleg- "to shine, flash, burn" (cf. Greek phlegein "to burn, scorch," Latin fulgere "to shine"), from root *bhel- (1) "to shine, flash, burn" (see bleach (v.)). Sense of "glaringly offensive" first recorded 1706, probably from common legalese phrase in flagrante delicto "red-handed," literally "with the crime still blazing." Related: Flagrantly.