Definition of flagrancy in US English:

flagrancy

noun

  • See flagrant

    • ‘There is no major power that violates international law with such flagrancy as the US.’
    • ‘They claimed, amongst other things, an inquiry as to damages including damages for flagrancy and alternatively an account of the profits.’
    • ‘The flagrancy is what startles.’
    • ‘For all his flagrancy, though, his jokes wouldn't be half as funny without the art.’
    • ‘To measure the flagrancy of this statement, imagine if the Commission had chosen to advocate against all crib use based on the occurrences of accidental strangulation, suffocation, or SIDS death associated with solitary sleep.’

Pronunciation

flagrancy

/ˈfleɪɡrənsi//ˈflāɡrənsē/