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Into what quagmires does it not lead those who flaunt it to impress you!
He is angry that Eugene and Pauline should flaunt their happiness in her sad eyes.
At first I thought it might possibly be to flaunt my lost grandeur in my face.
Well, they've gone out together to flaunt their monstrous connection!
We were not as Phorenice to flaunt endearments before others.
But you are beginning to flaunt bad qualities which are not your own.
Nay, wife, we will not flaunt our honours abroad, Langland answered. '
David had said she was to flaunt her victory in Uncle Falcon's face.
I've seen that for a long time; and then you can flaunt to your heart's content.
What few virtues I may possess, I trust I do not flaunt in the market-places.