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Topic: MUSIC


flourish

2 noun
     
flour‧ish2
1

with a flourish

with a large confident movement that makes people notice you:
He opened his wallet with a flourish and took out a handful of notes.
2 [usually singular] a special or impressive part of something:
There's nothing like a luxurious dessert to give a menu a final flourish.
with a flourish
They finished the season with a flourish, winning their last three matches.
3APM [countable] a loud part of a piece of music, played especially when an important person enters:
a flourish of trumpets
4 [countable] a curved line that you use to decorate writing
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