flamboyant[ flam-boi-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF flamboyant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLAMBOYANT
Only, there was an over-elaboration, so that the ensemble was flamboyant.
There was no forgetting the flamboyant brilliancy of her apparel.
It was flamboyant and showy; cheap, and tawdrily pretentious.
They sent off telegrams of the most flamboyant kind about our Puritan forefathers.
The apse is flamboyant, as are also the windows of the south transept.
Her eyes were a tawny brown; her hair a flamboyant auburn mop.
His was so flamboyant, while yours has a certain reserve and distinction.
Raffish and flamboyant, he lounged forward to the window of the carriage.
Flamboyant windows were a natural, technical development of Gothic.
The Shamash (beadle) was seen to front the flamboyant invaders.