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flamboyant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflamboyantflam‧boy‧ant /flæmˈbɔɪənt/ adjective  1 SHOW OFFbehaving in a confident or exciting way that makes people notice youflamboyant style/character/personality his flamboyant style of play He lifted his arms in a flamboyant gesture.2 COLOUR/COLORbrightly coloured and easily noticed flamboyant clothes She has red hair and a rather flamboyant appearance.flamboyantly adverbflamboyance noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
flamboyantHe is one of football's most flamboyant characters.a young woman in flamboyant clothesHe is very different from his flamboyant father.a flamboyant French businessmanGotti was a flamboyant New York mobster.The ex-actress, who died ten days ago at 63, was famed for her flamboyant personality.a flamboyant red sequined dressflamboyant gestureSpencer lifted his arms in a flamboyant gesture and Emily felt physically sick at the mere thought of marrying him.
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