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The names Jay, Peacock, and Parrott point to showiness and pride and empty talkativeness.
The same shallowness of temper, the same showiness and falsehood, ran through his personal character.
Elements of showiness and freshness have been added to their once unobtrusive architecture.
So handsome—so very, very impressive in all his elegant calm showiness.
AARON'S RODD. H. LAWRENCE
Habitual showiness in language, as in dress and manners, denotes lack of discipline or lack of refinement.
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This is a lovely winter flower, of great value in our gardens, from its showiness.
Gaud′iness, showiness; Gaud′y, an English university feast or festival.
The simplicity of his phrases, his entire absence of showiness or bombast, made his influence indescribably deep and powerful.
WE TWOEDNA LYALL
Showiness such as that of the big, black-haired, blue-eyed Irishman is enough to "put out" the light of any one else!
The heartless glare and plaster showiness tired her to death; nor were Mrs. Underwood's friends particularly restful.

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