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Synonyms for flaunt

show off


Synonyms for flaunt

to make a public and usually ostentatious show of

Synonyms for flaunt

the act of displaying something ostentatiously

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If you endlessly flaunt your ample assets in people's faces, some day a little toerag will snatch them for himself.
How often do we hear motorists protesting that they will only be two minutes or that they have to park their cars somewhere, as though this makes it alright to flaunt the law?
Her rant came after Lady C, 66, told Chatty Man Alan Carr: "Can't believe someone like Duncan, with so little to flaunt, would flaunt it.
From Madonna to Kanye West to Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Katy Perry, the biggest names in the music industry are rumoured to have been sucked into its all-encompassing orbit, as manifested by the symbols they regularly flaunt on the stage and in their music videos.
These coaches flaunt the name of 'Reliance Metro' notably as well.
Photographer explores China's inequality - the rich flaunt their wealth but not its source; the poor embarrassed; resentment is on the rise
KATRINA may have evaded the bikini but has to flaunt tank top and shorts for a sequence in the film Dhoom 3.
After we revealed Cliff's raunchy new calendar, the Peter Pan of Pop promised to keep up sexy poses, saying: "If you've got it, flaunt it.
For those with model-like proportions, there are some fabulous, barely-there numbers revealing shoulders, legs and midriff, so if you've got it flaunt it.
Flaunting the Law" (sic) is either a deeply recursive word play, in the incomprehensible manner of Proust's aunts, or more likely, someone really didn't know the difference between flaunt and flout.
To enter the contest, consumers were asked to visit the Neutrogena Cosmetics Facebook page and explain why they deserve to flaunt their inner celebrity.
Like Ulla in The Producers says, 'If you got it, flaunt it
1 : to wave or flutter in a showy way <The flag flaunts in the breeze.
When you got it, flaunt it,'' sings sexy secretary/showgirls Ulla (Uma Thurman) in the filmed musical version of ``The Producers.
Showing off his dirty boots had become a way to flaunt work ethic and war prowess.