Flamboyant in a Sentence?

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The word flamboyant has varying meanings, depending on the context. You can use flamboyant in a sentence to show that something is striking or bright. It can also be used to emphasis the style of delivery for example, a flamboyant speech. Flamboyant is also an architectural design from the French Gothic period of the 15th century.
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That drag queen is very flamboyant. Tameka was flamboyant with her over-the-top gestures and physical drama.
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"Flamboyant" is an adjective that means "strikingly bold or brilliant;
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That man is extremely flamboyant. Flamboyant is an adjective and means flashy or showy.
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His choice of wearing fluorescent pink socks and a bright green T-shirt with a pink fur collar matched his flamboyant personality.
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