Definition of flamboyance
: the quality or state of being flamboyant
Examples of flamboyance in a Sentence
the campy flamboyance of her costume almost guaranteed she'd win the masquerade pageant
Recent Examples of flamboyance from the Web
Lamar, known for eschewing flamboyance and excess, was largely alone on stage.
But the irony is that those who deliver that message - despite the flamboyance of their stage personas - often are almost clinically shy offstage.
Without being bad, he's constantly being upstaged, primarily by Bower's flamboyance, Meaney's bluster and DeJonge's radiantly winsome pluckiness.
We're used to the stoic personality of John Unitas and the flamboyance of Lewis, but not the antics and one-liners of Suggs, who can liven a practice or ease the tension leading up to a big game.
Her only touches of flamboyance are fondness for bold outfits and brightly patterned kitten-heel shoes.
His wolfish charm, Irish grin and macho flamboyance were perfect for World War II musicals.
A murder of crows, a flamboyance of flamingos and a conspiracy of lemurs: These are all fun and somewhat fitting names for these groups of animals.
In all, the atmosphere is convivial and unshowy, despite the flamboyance of Gehry’s swooping lines.
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