Synonyms for Blatant:


all (adjective)
blazing, conspicuous.
barefaced (adjective)
deafening (adjective)
loudmouthed, strident, obstreperous, vociferous, boisterous, noisy, clamorous.
flagrant (adjective)
stark, shocking, glaring, flagrant.
loud (adjective)
clangorous, sonorous, blasting, boisterous, booming, deafening, strident, tumultuous, bellowing, earsplitting, vociferous, noisy, fortissimo, clamorous, blaring, roaring, uproarious, loud.
obvious; brazen (adjective)
obtrusive, snazzy, flashy, barefaced, showy, loud, garish, unblushing, glaring, gaudy, flagrant, shameless, clear, Flaunting, ostentatious, plain, brassy, conspicuous, unabashed.
ostentatious (adjective)
Flaunting, ostentatious, flamboyant, exhibitionistic, flagrant, histrionic, shameless, stilted, pompous, flashy, garish, grandiloquent, dramatic, affected, flourishing, jaunty, ornate, forced, fussy, formal, dashing, boastful, snazzy, grandiose, rakish, vain, sensational, opulent, splashy, showy, gaudy.
unabashed (adjective)


unashamed, uninhibited. obstreperous, loudmouthed. brassy, courtesy, brazen, unblushing, barefaced, Brazenfaced, respect, right, unabashed, Bald-faced. blatant (noun)
clamorous, conspicuous, clamant, noisy, open, blazing, unconcealed, vociferous, strident.
obvious (noun)
obvious, obtrusive, clear, plain.

Other synonyms:

loudmouthed, Bald-faced, uninhibited, Brazenfaced, obvious, unashamed, unabashed. barefaced, unblushing. brassy, obstreperous. brazen. obvious
Other relevant words:
uninhibited, unblushing, clear, Bald-faced, conspicuous, obvious, obstreperous, unashamed, blazing, barefaced, unabashed, plain, obtrusive, Brazenfaced, brazen, clamant, open, loudmouthed, brassy, unconcealed.

Usage examples for blatant

  1. Shakespeare said that a soft, gentle, low voice was " an excellent thing in woman;" it is no less so in man, for a voice need not be blatant to be powerful,- and must not be, to be pleasing. – The Art of Public Speaking by Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein
  2. And the words a mere blatant boast! – Ruggles of Red Gap by Harry Leon Wilson
  3. For two hours we listened to the most blatant boasting. – African Camp Fires by Stewart Edward White