from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of flaunt.
- adj. That flaunts; showy or gaudy
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as flaunty, 1.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Anonymous said ... what these women are "flaunting" is not their record collections but their EGOS.
Many respectable scholars flirt with this stage, and some seem to delight in flaunting their embrace of it; their more staid colleagues are usually indulgent.
You may call it flaunting, but in my case it was total cluelessness.
This concatenation of circumstance more striking than the lonely eminence of a pitch in the hall of Madame Tussaud, and a name flaunting on her sandwich-board.
Lured by its 'classy'-but-torrid R&B vocals and designer-label flaunting, champagne swigging, no-trainers-allowed ethos of living large, much of Jungle's black audience has defected to this most recent dancefloor mutation.
India but it certainly needs a boost from Believe it or not, but the whole 'bikini top' n 'skimpy shorts' avatar in short - flaunting Rani Mukerji's hot new bod wasn't her idea.
But, if I'm hearing the women of the U.S. ski team correctly, they have a message for feminists opposed to the idea of flaunting a hard body:
Although the U.S. press is relatively mum on his personal life, the British paper questions how Manning got away with "flaunting" his sexuality when DADT is still in effect.
When folks refer to"flaunting" one's sexuality, I wonder to what they are referring.
It seems that Paris and company are hardly thinking with such measure about their actions; they only project the message of sexual availability, "flaunting" their genitals to be preserved on film and the internet for posterity.
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