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extemely bright

conspicuously bad or offensive

Synonyms for glaring

shining intensely

conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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As for governesses, Miss Minora, I know what I am saying when I affirm that there is nothing more intolerable than to have to be polite, and even humble, to persons whose weaknesses and follies are glaringly apparent in every word they utter, and to be forced by the presence of children and employers to a dignity of manner in no way corresponding to one's feelings.
It was glaringly inappropriate in a damaged, half-overturned, and sinking airship, which had been disabled and blown out of action after inflicting the cruellest bombardment in the world's history; but it was immensely stirring nevertheless.
The day was truly Chilian: glaringly bright, and the atmosphere quite clear.
The mobile gaming ancestry (it's a followup to smartphone strategy title League Of War: Mercenaries) is glaringly obvious in the small arenas, and though the 'pick up and place' gameplay is engaging, you're fighting skirmishes, not wars.
The mobile gaming ancestry (it's a follow up to smartphone strategy title League Of War: Mercenaries) is glaringly obvious in the small arenas and, though the 'pick up and place' gameplay is engaging, you're fighting skirmishes, not wars.
IT is glaringly obvious how much the NHS is ailing from the figures showing the shocking rise in the number of patients stuck in ambulances outside hospitals.
They are not easily taken in by the rich and privileged set and their glaringly out-of-date ideas.
AS parents everywhere will attest, we care so much about our children's wellbeing that sometimes we can overlook the glaringly obvious.
His public denial of the glaringly apparent primary care workforce crisis in North Wales is either deliberately conceited ahead of the forthcoming election or he is utterly extracted from reality, neither of which places him in a particularly desirable light.
Well, congratulations to the Government for recognising that glaringly obvious fact.
But the rift it has caused between older and newer members was glaringly evident as the interior ministers of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary voted against the plan at a meeting in Brussels, with Finland abstaining.
She's certainly very well turned out but - perhaps fittingly - it's glaringly obvious that her style's more Conservative than catwalk.
James was glaringly incorrect in stating that Winchester's "Perfect Repeater" was "originally produced in 12 gauge" ("Gun Room," April 2015).
Ok, she's got a gig in a new TV show "Rihla" (Journey), but despite the fact that her part is glaringly similar to that of Hind Rustum in her film "Al Akh Al Kabeer" (The Big Brother) back in the 1950s, Ola Ghanem is adamantly deniying that she's imitating the late actress.
Marc Silver's docu wisely lets that complex issue play out in the viewer's mind without debating it onscreen; this vivid case, in which cameras had full courtroom access, requires no outside commentary for its larger social relevance to be glaringly clear.