flamboyantly

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  • Less flamboyantly, thousands of machine shops opened in medium and small cities across the state.
  • They dressed flamboyantly and were well-known to the public and the city's night spots.
  • He was known for taking high risk shots and playing flamboyantly.
  • I could see the clean-cut features of the latter, and his gestures, strongly but not flamboyantly made. Cited from The Way of a Man, by Emerson Hough
  • They are both flamboyantly gay and they love to flounce around their Upper East Side town house.
  • Fiction techniques had not been abandoned by these writers, but they were used sparingly and less flamboyantly.
  • One day he meets Olga, who is flamboyantly dressed and acting almost completely incoherent.
  • He then progressed to appearing on stage as a performing member of the group, usually flamboyantly costumed.
  • It also possesses superhuman strength, which is flamboyantly displayed in the second and third films.
  • He had, throughout his adult life, been as flamboyantly philandering as he could and had enjoyed his reputation as a rake.
  • The characters keep posing for us and one another; steps are hurled flamboyantly, like stunts.
  • He began to dress rather flamboyantly and carried ivory handled pistols.
  • As a rock and roll pioneer, Penniman embodied its spirit more flamboyantly than any other performer.
  • As a man, Richardson was on the one hand deeply private and on the other flamboyantly unconventional.
  • Possibly if Jimmy had been almost any other type of man from what he was, his presence would not have been so flamboyantly noticeable in a hosiery department. Cited from The Efficiency Expert, Edgar R. Burroughs
  • Talmadge flamboyantly declared that he would fire anyone who stood for "communism or racial equality".
  • As he was commonly in full uniform, especially in action, when most officers are content to be less flamboyantly attired, he was a very striking and conspicuous figure. Cited from The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Vol. II, by Ambrose Bierce
  • He flamboyantly declared his intent in newspaper ads.
  • Instead the flamboyantly diverse setting is more akin to the Dying Earth novel series by Jack Vance.
  • Jonathan Brown, also of The Independent, described him as "a dandy, always flamboyantly dressed."
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Meaning of flamboyantly

  • adverb In a fancy colorful manner
    he dresses rather flamboyantly