showily


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  • adv

Synonyms for showily

with ostentation

in a fancy colorful manner

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You'll get fine views from the showily posh Lodge at Whitefish Lake; its Boat Club lounge ($$) serves terrific ribs.
The word we used was technicolour, defined in the Collins English Dictionary as meaning "brightly, showily or garishly coloured".
She has a goodway, even just oneto-one, of telling a story, not showily but really enthusiastically.
Like a Trump skyscraper, Houston the singer was as showily dominant as corporate capitalism itself.
the showily exact finding of the madman--"She is not of us, as I
He became a preening young swell--a contemporary described him as "very showily attired in a dark bottle-green frock-coat, the front of which was almost covered with glittering chains, and in fancy-pattern pantaloons.
Much like the first song, this ending statement is showily adorned with rapid chord changes over every syllable of "a KAMAAINA to you now," and the "now" is also aligned with the necessary concluding major chord.
Certainly everywhere Marilyn visited lambikin visited showily.
The Government lurches between being showily tough on crime and then discovering that its jails are near bursting point and hastily urging judges and magistrates to save jail for only the most dangerous offenders.
All of this explains why a bill that could lower some costs while showily punishing the "predators" of the legal profession has a good chance in a year when no one expects much else from Washington on healthcare.
Many of Eliot's allusions are magically effective, seeming to spring without premeditation from his auditory imagination, but others are showily eclectic, including the flourished "shantihs" that conclude the poem.
His companion, the boy with the gun, perhaps better resembles that defiant, showily colored male of Audubon's, and he sputters "you dirty--