flamboyantly flamboyantly  /flæm ˈbɔɪ ənt li/


  • (adv) in a fancy colorful manner



  1. At one stroke, amid much audience perturbation, he unmoored the taboos and let them float flamboyantly close to the mainstream.
  2. At the two 24-hour coffee shops, it's not unusual to see flamboyantly attired drag queens enjoying a late night snack.
  3. Few world leaders rattle a saber as flamboyantly as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez does.



  1. "He plays in a flamboyant manner. But he's not a flamboyant person," Mora said of the 27-year-old Vick. "He doesn't dress flamboyantly. He doesn't hit all the night spots. He isn't out on the town. He's kind of a quiet, reserved kid. But I...
    on Jul 29, 2007 By: Jim Mora Source: USA Today

  2. "I was dressed flamboyantly - top hat, long velvet coat, gloves," Horsley said. "My one concession to American sensibilities was to remove my nail polish. I thought that would get me through."
    on Mar 20, 2008 By: Sebastian Horsley Source: USA Today

  3. "Even before I was on television, I dressed what some people might call relatively flamboyantly," says Flex, who has worked as a concert promoter and artist manager for performers including rapper Maestro. "But it's all about colours that...
    on Aug 16, 2007 By: Farley Flex Source: 570 News

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