Noun(1) showy tropical tree or shrub native to Madagascar; widely planted in tropical regions for its immense racemes of scarlet and orange flowers; sometimes placed in genus Poinciana
Adjective(1) marked by ostentation but often tasteless(2) elaborately or excessively ornamented
(1) There are many more examples of this type of flamboyant ironwork tracery sufficient to indicate that the style was rooted in the Low Countries.(2) Whilst the guitarist needs to suffer for his art more and lose the baseball cap, you only notice this because their singer is a flamboyant individual.(3) These vibrant colours and flamboyant designs distinguished Art Deco from previous artistic styles, along with its respect for Japanese heritage and its contribution to modernism.(4) One TV campaign features a glamorous woman flaunting flamboyant designer clothes in a subway car.(5) He was flamboyant , selfish and wildly misogynist.(6) This is due to a phenomenon known as allelopathy where there are chemicals in the leaves, flowers and stems of the flamboyant which inhibit the growth of other plants.(7) He's quite flamboyant and I'm the opposite of that.(8) The Beating Bowel Cancer charity is asking men to wear loud, flamboyant ties and women to wear weird and wonderful scarves or ties in exchange for making donations.(9) She was a seriously flamboyant person, in dress and in sport.(10) Lee's flamboyant personality and quick, cool, dry wit are trademarks of this great man of musical theatre.(11) Her formula for stimulating warm thoughts of the tropics by applying flamboyant colours to fluid fabrics is paying off.(12) So tearing my eyes away, I paid attention to what my flamboyant friend was saying.(13) The seventeenth-century civil wars are a real treat to do with flamboyant plumes, baggy trousers and lots of colour.(14) Drag is so colourful, so flamboyant , so sellable - that the complicating factors of class, race, and politics seem like, well, a drag.(15) She is strong and passionate, with endless, beaming smiles and deep laughs, a love of bright colours, and a flamboyant style that includes a passion for eye-raising hats.(16) Did the flamboyant personality on television elbow his way into the spotlight, or was he maligned by the newspaper?
(1) flamboyant :: lliwgar
1. exuberant ::
2. colorful ::
3. elaborate ::
4. aureate ::
5. showy ::
6. flame tree ::
1. inconspicuous ::
2. unobtrusive ::
Different Formsflamboyant, flamboyantly
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