Examples of flashy in a Sentence
rich young men who drive flashy cars
I bought the CD primarily for its flashy cover design.
Recent Examples of flashy from the Web
Rebecca is worried about her dress being too flashy.
The flashier, younger, ball-playing centre-half was the talk of the town with his superb control and raking long passes, while his teammate Chiellini was quite content operating in his shadow, but getting on with the job at hand.
Some are flashy and and shiny, some are edgy, some are classic or vintage.
The collab is loud, flashy and includes Queen Bey boasting about breaking the internet.
His numbers are not flashy but the senior from New Braunfels makes heady plays.
The launch was a flashy and historic victory, but the feat has real world implications.
And as the World Trade Center got built, Nurse Vivian scoffed that there would always be something a little bit bigger, a little bit flashier.
Cardi B was styled in all-black (yet still flashy) ensembles by Alexandre Vauthier and YSL, and put made sure to put her signature claw-like manicure on display.
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First Known Use of flashy
Synonym Discussion of flashy
- circus performers in gaudy costumes
- tawdry saloons
- garish neon signs
- a flashy nightclub act
- a meretricious wasteland of casinos and bars
FLASHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flashy for English Language Learners
: bright or fancy in a way that is meant to attract attention
FLASHY Defined for Kids
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