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flashy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflashyflash‧y /ˈflæʃi/ adjective informal  1 EXPENSIVEbig, bright, or expensive, and intended to be impressive – used to show disapproval large flashy cars2 someone who is flashy wears expensive clothes, jewellery etc in a way that is intended to be impressive – used to show disapproval a flashy dresser
Examples from the Corpus
flashyEllwood drove an Audi - fast but not flashy.He is emotional, outspoken and flashy.Our presence is not intended to be flashy and we want to minimize our risks while maximizing our opportunities.The flashy gear turned you, however unwillingly, into a sort of pied piper of Western materialism.I slid the flashy, long-barreled, wooden-gripped revolver back into the black hip holster.a flashy new sports cara flashy young businessman
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