- v. Simple past tense and past participle of show off.
“As though she owned it, Julia showed off to me an enormous block-long store between Ninth and T.nth on Broadway, called A.T. Stewart's, and we stopped so that I could stare.”
“The heart-shaped bodice of the strapless gown showed off strong, toned shoulders and arms, and glittered with a sprinkle of cut-glass beads.”
“Her lips tendered a perfect smile with about the same dip that showed off just enough cleavage at the scooped neckline of her black-and-rust silk dress.”
“Tariq liked to wear pleated trousers, black shiny loafers, and short-sleeve shirts that showed off his newly muscular arms-compliments of an old, rusty set of barbells that he lifted daily in his yard.”
“He gave Mullino a slow smile and showed off his Glock.”
“She pranced around in tight T-shirts and leggings that instead of emphasizing her skinniness showed off her curves, slight though they were.”
“The first was Gavin Dane, a compact man with a crew cut and a tight-fitting black T-shirt that showed off a lean physique.”
“Cadfael conducted his charge round the entire enclave, and by the end of the circuit they had three of the inmates in close and curious attendance, the old man who tended the cabbages and showed off his produce with pride, a lame youth herpling along nimbly enough on two crutches, and the blind child, who had forsaken Brother Simon to attach himself to Cadfael's girdle, knowing the familiar voice.”
“The heels showed off her calves nicely, but you could also see the light-red hair on her legs.”
“There would be no celebration marking her entrance into the ranks of the hunters, no feast held in her honor, not even the looks of praise and congratulations Vorn received when he proudly showed off his small game.”
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