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flaunt

f lawnt

  • n  the act of displaying something ostentatiously
    his behavior was an outrageous flaunt
  • v  display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously

  • The nouveau riche of the community were flaunting their riches a little too much so is it a wonder that thieves struck at their house when they were away?.
  • A gregarious man who likes to flaunt his snappy countryand often barnyardsense of humor, Butz, 67, wandered over to make idle conversation, after Knapp had warned him that .
  • It's a typical evening of luon lo (literally "wandering"), the nightly ritual where young Vietnamese cruise, flirt and flaunt their finest fashions.
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  • President Bush in AINA
    In his State of the Union address, on January 29, 2002, President Bush stated, "Iraq continues to flaunt its hostility toward America and to support terror."
  • Loyola Hearn in CTV.ca
    They've been very cute. These people are smart. They've been around. They know the law. They know how they can flaunt it,said Hearn in an interview with radio station VOCM. "However, they push it and in some cases, recently, they've broken...
  • Edward Burke in CBS2 Chicago
    I favor using these cameras to catch more than just motorists who run red lights,Burke said in a news release. "I believe it would also be a responsible use of these cameras to try and reduce the number of motorists who flaunt the law by...

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