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blatantly

[ bleyt-nt-lee ]
/ ˈbleɪt nt li /
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adverb
in a shameless or conspicuous way; flagrantly: While many of those workers are joining unions, many others are being blatantly ripped off.
in a way that is tastelessly loud, garish, or obvious: She dyes her hair blond, but leaves her dark brown roots blatantly visible.
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