show-off[ shoh-awf, -of ]SEE DEFINITION OF show-off
Synonyms for show-off
- a million laughs
- funny person
- life of the party
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHOW-OFF
Well, he'll see then that this kind of thing was all show-off, and bluff, won't he?
Once or twice, when I've paid calls with mamma, they were so fussy and show-off.
What a prancing, show-off, matinée fool you've made me look!
Does he then hang out a profession that is not true to the kernel of things, but only a show-off for impression's sake?
She graduates and comes home and there are a lot of "doings" which she attends, then comes the show-off which is called a debut.
Without that spirit of "show-off," what would induce our knights to meet in glorious tournaments?
So Max, with a dash of "show-off" in his disposition, laughed at Yolanda's fears and answered that he was in no danger.
I do not belittle it, since from this spirit of "show-off" arises one great good--respect for the opinion of our fellow-man.
Many a man builds a grand house for a show-off, when he has verra little to support it.
Don't think I mean those that never grew up out of their 'show-off' time in childhood.