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  • v. Present participle of show off.


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  • The NeoFoodies were there in force, showing off their new aerogel, both edible and smart.


  • Corsi doubted she would ever be completely comfortable around someone like Portlyn, who had no qualms whatsoever about showing off his vast wealth, power, and influence to anyone and everyone.

    Creative Couplings

  • Denny adjusts the weight on the squat-lift machine, towering over me, his tank top showing off his strong biceps, his gym shorts revealing his prosthetic left leg. This leg, the one with the picture of Betty Boop, is named Betty.

    CSS: Shaping the New You

  • A broken upper back, a disc taken out at L4-5, a history of muscle spasms that kept me off the golf course for weeks at a time in prime season, even the man a few years younger than I who was showing off his thighs and making a fool of himselfthese seemed like good enough reasons to avoid pretending to be someone I was not.

    The Italian Summer

  • With music still blasting, the Caddy turned slowly sidewaysa phallic symbol showing off its girth before making a U-turn.

    The After Wife

  • - When we were at the Location Business Summit in Amsterdam last week, one of the things that fascinated me when showing off the GeoPlanet Explorer tool …


  • There was a time when Fanny was everywhere showing off her new clothes, and bragging about all the Wises give her.


  • “Not all mold is bad,” I told Ben, showing off my geniosity.

    Phineas L. MacGuire . . . Gets Slimed!

  • Tech-heads lived for new technologiesthey loved showing off their latest tricks, and kickers loved putting them on their feeds.


  • Stella laid on the charm with the staff, showing off her purse and demo-ing the little plastic Mickey Mouse cell phone she had tucked inside.

    uncharted terriTORI


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