the property of being both obvious and offensive;
"the blatancy of his attempt to whitewash the crime was unforgivable"
- Our teacher is guilty of blatant favouritism.
- Everyone is tired of their blatant effronteries.
- You don't have to be blatant about it.
- I regard your remarks as blatant, all ill-mannered.
- He was struck by Madeline's almost blatant allure.
- She was shocked by his blatant sexism.