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See definition of floridity on Dictionary.com
  • as inverbiage
  • as inembellishment

synonyms for floridity

  • circumlocution
  • expansiveness
  • long-windedness
  • loquacity
  • periphrasis
  • pleonasm
  • prolixity
  • redundancy
  • tautology
  • verbosity
  • periphrase
  • coloring
  • adornment
  • exaggeration
  • embroidery
  • ornamentation
  • elaboration
  • fuss
  • frill
  • jazz
  • ornament
  • ostentation
  • decoration
  • overstatement
  • enhancement
  • doodad
  • garnish
  • enrichment
  • hyperbole
  • gingerbread
  • fandangle
  • flowery speech
  • froufrou
  • icing on the cake
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antonyms for floridity

MOST RELEVANT
  • conciseness
  • spoliation
  • simplification
  • plainness
  • injury
  • disfigurement
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How to use floridity in a sentence

Hunnington is a bluff, hearty fellow who feeds himself into pink floridity so as to give confidence to his patients.
SIMON THE JESTERWILLIAM J. LOCKE
Venice has nothing more satisfyingly ornate: richness without floridity.
A WANDERER IN VENICEE.V. LUCAS
He had very fair hair and blue eyes, and the rose-leaf skin of his mother had in him taken on a masculine floridity.
POOR MAN'S ROCKBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The Spaniard can use a floridity of expression that would be ridiculous in England.
THINGS SEEN IN SPAINC. GASQUOINE HARTLEY
Perhaps it is the natural floridity of lime-stone formations.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
Shorter of stature, with the Utah floridity of complexion, and very voluble in conversation.
THE MORMON PROPHET AND HIS HAREMC.V. WAITE
The opera music of the Italian school, in its entirety, is marked by greater floridity than that of other schools.
HOW MUSIC DEVELOPEDW. J. HENDERSON
Ten years had given Jacob Dolph a certain floridity; but at this he blushed a hot red.
THE STORY OF A NEW YORK HOUSEHENRY CUYLER BUNNER
He will not let himself go in the way of easy floridity, as writers may whose themes are more "ideal."
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF BROWNINGARTHUR SYMONS
In imagery, there is that floridity that goes dazzling to the sublime with a brilliancy that is captivating.
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WORDS RELATED TO FLORIDITY

  • adornment
  • coloring
  • decoration
  • doodad
  • elaboration
  • embroidery
  • enhancement
  • enrichment
  • exaggeration
  • fandangle
  • floridity
  • flowery speech
  • frill
  • froufrou
  • fuss
  • garnish
  • gingerbread
  • hyperbole
  • icing on the cake
  • jazz
  • ornament
  • ornamentation
  • ostentation
  • overstatement
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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