blatant violation of law

blatant violation of law
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  • violation — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ blatant, clear, flagrant, obvious ▪ The attack on civilians is a flagrant violation of the peace agreement. ▪ egregious (formal, esp. AmE), grave …   Collocations dictionary

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  • gross — 1 / grōs/ adj [Middle English, immediately obvious, from Middle French gros thick, coarse, from Latin grossus] 1: flagrant or extreme esp. in badness or offensiveness: of very blameworthy character a gross violation of the rules of ethics a gross …   Law dictionary

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