flaunt definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to demonstrate ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts their understanding. See Synonyms at tv show.
    • use Problem To show contempt for; scorn.
    • To exhibit ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts his understanding. See Synonyms at tv show.
    • Usage Problem To show contempt for; scorn.
    • to show ostentatiously; to produce an impudent tv show of.
    • To display ostentatiously; to help make an impudent tv show of.
    • to demonstrate ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts their knowledge. See Synonyms at tv show.
    • showing ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts their knowledge. See Synonyms at tv show.
    • Usage Problem to exhibit contempt for; scorn.
    • use Problem to exhibit contempt for; scorn.
    • showing ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts his understanding. See Synonyms at show.
    • use Problem to demonstrate contempt for; scorn.
    • To exhibit ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts his knowledge. See Synonyms at tv show.
    • showing ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts his understanding. See Synonyms at tv show.
    • showing ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts his understanding. See Synonyms at show.
    • to demonstrate ostentatiously or shamelessly: flaunts his knowledge. See Synonyms at tv show.
    • Usage Problem to exhibit contempt for; scorn.
    • Usage Problem To show contempt for; scorn.
    • use Problem To show contempt for; scorn.
    • to produce ostentatiously; in order to make an impudent program of.
    • Usage Problem showing contempt for; scorn.
    • to show ostentatiously; to help make an impudent show of.
    • To display ostentatiously; which will make an impudent program of.
    • to produce ostentatiously; which will make an impudent show of.
    • to show ostentatiously; to create an impudent program of.
    • to show ostentatiously; to create an impudent show of.
    • To display ostentatiously; to help make an impudent tv show of.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To parade yourself ostentatiously; show yourself off.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting in the wind.
    • To toss or disseminate; to flutter; to go ostentatiously.
    • To parade oneself ostentatiously; show oneself down.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting when you look at the wind.
    • To toss or spread-out; to flutter; to move ostentatiously.
    • To parade oneself ostentatiously; show yourself off.
    • To parade oneself ostentatiously; show oneself down.
    • To parade yourself ostentatiously; show yourself down.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting in the wind.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting in the wind.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting into the wind.
    • To throw or spread out; to flutter; to maneuver ostentatiously.
    • To toss or disseminate; to flutter; to go ostentatiously.
    • To throw or spread-out; to flutter; to go ostentatiously.
    • To parade yourself ostentatiously; show yourself down.
    • To parade yourself ostentatiously; show yourself down.
    • To parade yourself ostentatiously; show oneself off.
    • To parade oneself ostentatiously; show yourself down.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting inside wind.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting inside wind.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting within the wind.
    • To wave grandly: pennants flaunting within the wind.
    • To throw or spread out; to flutter; to go ostentatiously.
    • To toss or spread out; to flutter; to move ostentatiously.
    • To throw or disseminate; to flutter; to go ostentatiously.
    • To put or spread-out; to flutter; to maneuver ostentatiously.
  • verb:
    • To wave or flutter wisely in wind.
    • To parade, display with ostentation.
    • (archaic or literary) to exhibit off with fancy clothing.
    • To wave or flutter wisely within the wind.
    • To parade, display with ostentation.
    • (archaic or literary) showing off with flashy clothes.
    • screen proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • screen proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • To wave or flutter logically within the wind.
    • To wave or flutter wisely in wind.
    • To parade, display with ostentation.
    • To parade, show with ostentation.
    • To wave or flutter logically in wind.
    • (archaic or literary) To show down with flashy garments.
    • To parade, display with ostentation.
    • (archaic or literary) to demonstrate off with flashy garments.
    • (archaic or literary) showing down with fancy clothes.
    • To wave or flutter wisely inside wind.
    • To wave or flutter smartly in wind.
    • To wave or flutter smartly in wind.
    • To wave or flutter smartly into the wind.
    • To parade, show with ostentation.
    • To parade, show with ostentation.
    • To parade, display with ostentation.
    • To parade, show with ostentation.
    • (archaic or literary) showing down with fancy clothes.
    • (archaic or literary) showing off with fancy clothes.
    • (archaic or literary) showing down with flashy garments.
    • (archaic or literary) showing down with fancy garments.
    • display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • screen proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • show proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • show proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • display proudly; act ostentatiously or pretentiously
    • screen proudly; work ostentatiously or pretentiously
  • noun:
    • any such thing exhibited for show.
    • such a thing exhibited for program.
    • The work of flaunting.
    • The work of flaunting.
    • something shown for program; finery.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • the act of displaying one thing ostentatiously
    • such a thing shown for program; finery.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • the act of showing anything ostentatiously
    • any such thing displayed for show.
    • something shown for tv show.
    • such a thing exhibited for program.
    • The work of flaunting.
    • such a thing exhibited for tv show; finery.
    • The work of flaunting.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • any such thing exhibited for tv show; finery.
    • The act of flaunting.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • something displayed for tv show.
    • Everything displayed for program.
    • Anything shown for show.
    • something exhibited for show; finery.
    • the work of displaying anything ostentatiously
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • the work of displaying something ostentatiously
    • the work of showing something ostentatiously
    • The act of flaunting.
    • The work of flaunting.
    • such a thing shown for show; finery.
    • Everything presented for program; finery.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • the work of showing some thing ostentatiously
    • any such thing exhibited for tv show.
    • the act of showing some thing ostentatiously
    • The work of flaunting.
    • something exhibited for tv show; finery.
    • The work of flaunting.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • Everything shown for tv show; finery.
    • A boast; a vaunt; a brag.
    • the work of showing something ostentatiously
    • the work of showing anything ostentatiously
  • others:
    • To wave or flutter logically when you look at the wind.
    • to create an intelligent tv show in attire or equipment of any sort; make an ostentatious or brazen show; move or act ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: occasionally with an indefinite it: because, a flaunting tv show.
    • To wave or flutter smartly into the wind.
    • to create an intelligent program in attire or gear of any kind; make an ostentatious or brazen show; move or work ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: occasionally with an indefinite it: since, a flaunting show.
    • To display ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: as, to flaunt wealthy apparel.
    • to show ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: as, to flaunt rich clothing.
    • To wave or flutter smartly when you look at the wind.
    • To wave or flutter wisely inside wind.
    • to create a smart show in attire or equipment of any sort; make an ostentatious or brazen screen; move or act ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: occasionally with an indefinite it: since, a flaunting show.
    • To make a smart show in apparel or equipment of any kind; make an ostentatious or brazen display; move or act ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: sometimes with an indefinite it: as, a flaunting show.
    • To display ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: because, to flaunt rich apparel.
    • To wave or flutter smartly when you look at the wind.
    • to show ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: since, to flaunt wealthy clothing.
    • To make an intelligent show in clothing or gear of any kind; make an ostentatious or brazen show; move or act ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: occasionally with an indefinite it: since, a flaunting program.
    • to show ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: since, to flaunt rich clothing.
    • To wave or flutter logically in wind.
    • To wave or flutter wisely inside wind.
    • to help make a smart show in apparel or gear of any sort; make an ostentatious or brazen display; move or act ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: sometimes with an indefinite it: because, a flaunting tv show.
    • which will make a good program in attire or equipment of any kind; make an ostentatious or brazen display; move or act ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: often with an indefinite it: since, a flaunting show.
    • To display ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: because, to flaunt rich clothing.
    • to produce ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: as, to flaunt wealthy attire.
    • To wave or flutter logically within the wind.
    • In order to make an intelligent program in clothing or equipment of any kind; make an ostentatious or brazen screen; move or work ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: occasionally with an indefinite it: because, a flaunting tv show.
    • To wave or flutter logically inside wind.
    • which will make a good tv show in attire or equipment of any kind; make an ostentatious or brazen screen; move or act ostentatiously or brazenly; be glaring or gaudy: occasionally with an indefinite it: as, a flaunting program.
    • to produce ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: since, to flaunt wealthy apparel.
    • to produce ostentatiously, impudently, or offensively: as, to flaunt wealthy attire.

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