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  • n  extravagant and conspicuous behavior intended to attract attention to yourself
  • n  the perverse act of exposing and attracting attention to your own genitals

  • Spooky stories abounded about Tony's strange disappearances, his attempts to hide himself (once in a school laundry chute), his bursts of exhibitionism.
  • The Concerned Women for America, a family-values group, took it upon themselves to warn the women who fall into Jell-O-shot-induced exhibitionism and public sexuality that they'll .
  • But where that track had a sweet, vulnerable sexuality, Perry turns brushing lips with the same sex into a cheesy, aggressive form of exhibitionismlike Wrestlemania without the .

  • Wendy Shalit in San Mateo Daily Journal
    When exhibitionism becomes the norm, the fact is, it gets boring,Shalit wrote in response to e-mail questions.
  • David Remnick in Los Angeles Times
    If there's a conventional wisdom over the last week, it seems to be that his great literary talent was always at war with his judgment and exhibitionism,Remnick said. "And there is no doubt in my mind that some of his political judgments,...
  • Bono in USA Today
    We had to learn a lot before we could do this,Bono, 48, says. "Normally, you zone in on a particular area and make it your own. On this, we seemed to be able to meander from joy to despair, from introspection to exhibitionism. And there's...

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