glaringly bad

See: arrant, onerous
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Worst -- I can't think of anything that is glaringly bad. Perhaps the only challenge is that the cost of internet access is still relatively high, but I foresee that prices will drop in time to come.
Failures of government are now so glaringly bad that appropriate policies are many and obvious, enough even for parties in opposition to each other.
Despite the omission and the glaringly bad policy recommendations, the book otherwise remains a helpful summary for the ci tizen reader of the important subject of biological warfare.
Pamela Jean is probably the most glaringly bad bit of writing on the album.