FLA'GRANT, adjective [Latin flagrans, from flagro, to burn; Gr.]
1. Burning; ardent; eager; as flagrant desires.
2. Glowing; red; flushed.
See Sapho, at her toilet's greasy task,
Then issuing flagrant to an evening mask.
3. Red; inflamed.
The beadle's lash still flagrant on their back.
[The foregoing senses are unusual.]
4. Flaming in notice; glaring; notorious; enormous; as a flagrant crime.