flaunt

Part of speech: verb

To display ostentatiously; parade.

Part of speech: noun

The act of flaunting.

Part of speech: noun

A boast; vaunt.

Part of speech: verb

To display ostentatiously.

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Usage examples "flaunt":

  1. As even in a border, stayed between two lines of solid- coloured galloon, flowers and fruit do not stand forever upright without help, the weaver gave probability to his abundant mass by tying it here and there with a knot of ribbon and letting the ribbon flaunt itself as ribbons have ever done to the delight of the eye that loves a truant. - "The Tapestry Book", Helen Churchill Candee.
  2. But you are beginning to flaunt bad qualities which are not your own. - "Plays by August Strindberg, Second series", August Strindberg.
  3. Camberwell, when willows grew about a village stream, long since dry, named a butterfly; but Camberwell Beauties, though they sleep sometimes in Surrey woodstacks, and flaunt their white- laced wings in Surrey sunshine perhaps twice in a summer, fly no more by brooks in Camberwell. - "Highways and Byways in Surrey", Eric Parker.