glaringly glaringly


  • (adv) in a glaring manner


  1. Yet, incredibly, all of the evidence and arguments necessary to have made the right decision were available at the time and in hindsight are glaringly obvious.
  2. The play tells of three glaringly dissimilar couples who decide to share a Manhattan mansion.
  3. The industry's woes have, for some years, been glaringly public.


  1. Letters to the editor: Editorial lacked understanding of firearms bill

    Your editorial ('Dishing up dubious bill fails basic civics lesson,' June 14, 2013) regarding the Firearms Freedom Act that I have authored is glaringly apparent that it was written without even reading the five-page bill.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Oshkosh Northwestern

  2. Edward Flattau: False Dichotomy

    President Obama's environmental legacy is at risk. That became glaringly evident when Obama's new budget director, Sylvia Mathews Burwell recently outlined White House policy. "The...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Huffington Post

  3. Public Concussion Education Presented by NYS Athletic Trainers’ Association during Annual Conference

    In knowing the need for concussion awareness is glaringly present, the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association (NYSATA) hosted a concussion education forum as a public service to the community at-large. The session was part of NYSATA’s annual Conference, which further included presentations about cutting-edge research on post-concussion management, living with post-concussive degenerative ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "Sometimes it happens and whenever it happens this time of year it really becomes more pronounced. You see it more glaringly," Rays manager Joe Maddon said.
    on Sep 9, 2008 By: Joe Maddon Source: USA Today

  2. "It's expected and when you don't catch them it's glaringly obvious, particularly if you set the standards we set," said Gilchrist, the world record holder in Tests and one-dayers for most dismissals. "All we can continue to do is to keep...
    on Feb 6, 2008 By: Adam Gilchrist Source:

  3. "I think every time someone misses on somebody that glaringly, they go back and evaluate their reports, evaluate the scouts that wrote the reports. They deeply evaluate the whole situation better and see where they made a mistake, or if they...
    on Apr 24, 2006 By: Dick Vermeil Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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