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flashy

adjective \ˈfla-shē\

: bright or fancy in a way that is meant to attract attention

flash·i·erflash·i·est

Full Definition of FLASHY

1
chiefly dialect :  lacking in substance or flavor :  insipid
2
:  momentarily dazzling
3
a :  superficially attractive or impressive
b :  ostentatious or showy often beyond the bounds of good taste; especially :  marked by gaudy brightness
flash·i·ly \ˈfla-shə-lē\ adverb
flash·i·ness \ˈfla-shē-nəs\ noun

Examples of FLASHY

  1. rich young men who drive flashy cars
  2. <I bought the CD primarily for its flashy cover design.>

First Known Use of FLASHY

1593

Rhymes with FLASHY

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