Blatant in a sentence

use Blatant in a sentence

blatant;

[adjective] Without any attempt at concealment; completely obvious;

I will fully support him in any legal action taken in this blatant defamation of character.

It is a blatant lie. It’s not true. It doesn’t even fit our lifestyle.

I didn’t see any real blatant signals about what they would do in the future.

His response was a hard snort of utter disgust mixed in with a blatant warning.

No one was deceived by her blatant lies.

If anyone said they mistook that, that would be a blatant lie.

I feel this is a blatant conflict of interest, and he should resign immediately.

It was pretty blatant by his blank stare that the guy was high on drugs.

The boss has a blatant prejudice against women working in management.

It’s blatant that Roger is unhappy about something. He’s been walking around looking depressed all day.