flamboyance flamboyance  /flæm ˈbɔɪ əns/


  • (n) extravagant elaborateness



  1. Lane's fellow bankers may frown on such flamboyance, but they can only marvel at his accomplishments.
  2. In a profession where flamboyance and arrogance are often the hallmarks of talent, the diffident Haitink is an anomaly.
  3. When Newhall left last month, he took with him much of the flamboyance and fun that has characterized the Chronicle during his 18 years as top editor.


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  1. "Adam can be argued as one of the best players to ever play the game," Haddin said. "With the bat he could take the game away from you inside a session, I don't think you'll see any of that flamboyance." "I think the comparisons are a...
    on Jun 16, 2009 By: Brad Haddin Source: sportal.com.au

  2. "She conducted the interview straight and simple. There was none of the flamboyance associated with her. And that really surprised me," Vidya said.
    on Jul 5, 2008 By: Vidya Balan Source: NDTV.com

  3. "I'd love to have taken part in such an adventure. It's so French. These guys combined excellence on the pitch with a love of life. This flamboyance is part of our heritage," said Mehrtens.
    on Aug 28, 2009 By: Andrew Mehrtens Source: AFP

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/ˌæ fɛk ˈteɪ ʃən /