flourish

[ flur-ish, fluhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF flourish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOURISH

Emma finished the sleeve of the blouse she was mending with a flourish.

With a flourish Katy seated him, and carried the packages to Linda.

And the stranger, with a flourish of his hand, turned to the door.

Not of late years,' replied the Chief, with a flourish of his hand.

When he had finished this epistle, Rigaud folded it and tossed it with a flourish at Clennam's feet.

The demonstration went off with a flourish and the committee were greatly impressed.

It seems to me that certain branches of art ought to flourish here.

He heard him shout, and burst into a roar of laughter, and saw him flourish his hat.

Mr Tappertit obeyed, with a flourish implying that he did so, under protest.

With a flourish of his dangerous weapon, he fell down upon the ground like a log.

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