flamboyance


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Synonyms for flamboyance

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extravagant elaborateness

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I always feel much more happier when am close to all those African colours and that African flamboyance.
Meanwhile, the somewhat media-shy KT Brown founder remained missing at the post-show press conference, although her blend of red and black garb for women certainly bore a touch of flamboyance.
The Rivers State festival coming up in December, for instance, will feature masquerades of all characters, flamboyance and dexterity," says Onwudiwa.
However, Keegan adored the flamboyance and extrovert personality of Jonas, unlike the final flourish for Gonzalez and Xisco which sparked his walk out.
That could - just about - excuse such a deplorable show of flamboyance from Jamie.
Yesterday, he not only won a silver medal but also the crowd's affection as he played up to the cheers, showing similar flamboyance to that which has made record- breaking Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt such a hit in the Bird's Nest stadium.
Oramo may lack the flamboyance of Rattle, but beneath the understatement lies passion and a keen musical intelligence.
In an era when flamboyance is king, his talents have been undervalued.
If they want to be accepted as couples and daddies, however, the flamboyance may have to be brought under control.
the delicacy of the French school in small jumps across the floor, and grand jetes with all the flamboyance of the Bolshoi.
But, despite John's flamboyance, he insists it will be a low-key affair.
Yet, much of his work has been lost to his flamboyance.
Tim says there is an enthusiasm and flamboyance about their work which ranges from paintings to sculpture, photography, jewellery to graphic design.
Its center rests in the sensuality of the black woman; the self abandonment of love is part of the rhythm and emotivity, in the rhythmic beat in jazz, and in the swaying flamboyance of the Negro vision.
Duff's bravura performance - her large, somewhat sallow eyes can be playful, imperiously steely and fearsome as she portrays Elizabeth from age 20 to 70 - propels the production, as does stylish direction from Coky Giedroyc, who lent a similar flamboyance to BBC America's series ``Viva Blackpool.