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See definition of floridness on Dictionary.com
  • as ineuphemism
  • as ineuphuism

synonyms for floridness

  • circumlocution
  • delicacy
  • grandiloquence
  • inflation
  • pomposity
  • pretense
  • purism
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How to use floridness in a sentence

His colouring is more vivid than that of the followers of Giotto, and in floridness it seems a prelude to Baroccio.
THE HISTORY OF PAINTING IN ITALY, VOL. 1 (OF 6)LUIGI ANTONIO LANZI
He was short and thick-set, young, quite fair, inclined already to floridness of skin.
POOR MAN'S ROCKBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Frau Lichtenfeld shone in a gown of emerald green, fitting so closely as to enhance her natural floridness.
THE TROLL GARDEN AND SELECTED STORIESWILLA CATHER
He was a large man, with big hands and feet, and for a Mexican he had a mongrel floridness of skin.
THE MISSOURIANEUGENE P. (EUGENE PERCY) LYLE
The inside of the church is in singular contrast to the floridness of the outside.
PORTUGUESE ARCHITECTUREWALTER CRUM WATSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO FLORIDNESS

  • circumlocution
  • delicacy
  • floridness
  • grandiloquence
  • inflation
  • pomposity
  • pretense
  • purism
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.