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If a sidekick is flamboyantly dressed in pastels or tailored velvet, he must be morally corruptible.

He speaks quickly and flamboyantly, with broad hand gestures.

A former fighter pilot, actor, and TV host, Dornan arrived in Congress in 1977 as flamboyantly as Paul or Angle could next year.

The flamboyantly tone deaf, as Idol viewers know, are quite different from the quietly deluded.

I could see the clean-cut features of the latter, and his gestures, strongly but not flamboyantly made.

For one thing, King Yoorkerk's flamboyantly named regiments weren't quite as bad as Paula had thought.

The shutters were flung open, and the young soldier stepped flamboyantly into the room.

A disposition to deny the student the right to reach conclusions in the laboratory,—or, as we flamboyantly say, to "generalize."

Young Lawyer Bourne placed Peleg in nomination, did so noisily, flamboyantly, with waving of arms and screaming of eagle.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to flamboyantly, such as: brilliantly, cheerfully, colorfully, gleefully, joyfully, and merrily.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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