flashy


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Synonyms for flashy

Synonyms for flashy

Synonyms for flashy

(used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display

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Washington, December 19 ( ANI ): Men get turned off by flashy bags and platform heels, it has been revealed.
Sir Mark Prescott's Confidential Lady finished an excellent second to Speciosa in the British equivalent, while the Mick Channon-trained Flashy Wings was a disappointing 11th of the 13 runners.
Sir Mark Prescott's Confidential Lady finished an excellent second to Speciosa over the Rowley Mile, while the Mick Channon-trained Flashy Wings was a disappointing 11th of the 13 runners.
The bookmakers clearly reckoned that Flashy Wings had been unable to show her best form, as she remains ahead of Donna Blini in the ante-post betting for the 1000 Guineas.
EVERYONE deserves a second chance and after her surprising recent defeat Flashy Wings can make amends in the Sky Bet Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket.
FLASHY WINGS is likely to head to Newmarket next month after justifying odds-on favouritism in the Jaguar Cars Lowther Stakes at York.
Whiskey soaked psychedelic leads, flashy rhythms and hard drumming.
Scientists have discovered that some spiders' flashy attempts at attracting a mate aren't just eye-catching, they're also ground-shaking.
Yet the kind of incremental improvements that drive so much real progress aren't as exciting to many environmentalists--and presidents--as flashy silver-bullet solutions.
Even though I am a lover of flashy vehicles (my dream car is the BMW 745Li), I'm thinking that an article that features people who are willing to invest up $100,000 on some thing that depreciates in value (and on things that will probably be used for only a fraction of the life of the vehicle) is ill-placed in a magazine that contains the Declaration of Financial Empowerment.
Though not outwardly flashy or virtuosic, these pieces are well suited to developing or showcasing a diverse and rich tonal palate.
In November, Florida's Department of Citrus began running flashy grapefruit advertisements in magazines like In Style and Vogue, and during hit television shows like Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
By relaying his account through flashy visuals, the author concocts a fun, funky, B-movie story set against the exciting backdrop of The City.
Still, with the memory of New York's World Trade Center attacks still fresh and new information about the inefficiencies of supersized buildings, perhaps it is time for Mexico--and the rest of Latin America--to concentrate on less flashy, more substantive symbols of its achievements.
THE CHALLENGE: You want to wear something cute, festive and flashy.