Flamboyant – meaning of the word and examples

Very confident in your behaviour, and liking to be noticed by other people, for example because of the way you dress, talk, etc. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If you say that someone or something is flamboyant, you mean that they are very noticeable, stylish, and exciting. (Collins Dictionary)

Marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colourful display or behaviour. (Merriam – Webster)

Strikingly bold or brilliant; showy: (Dictionary.com)

Conspicuously dashing and colourful: (Dictionary.com)

Florid; ornate; elaborately styled: (Dictionary.com)

(of a person or their behaviour) tending to attract attention because of their exuberance, confidence, and stylishness. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Fabulously Flamboyant Red Blossoms in Pretoria and Barberton.


Flamboyant room. 


5 Artists Rocked By Freddie Mercury, the Flamboyant King of Queen.



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