ostentatiously

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in an ostentatious manner; extravagantly or flamboyantly
{a} with pomp or parade, vainly
in an ostentatious manner, showily, bombastically, in a garish fashion, grandiosely
in an ostentatious manner; "Mr Khrushchev ostentatiously wooed and embraced Castro at the U
general assembly
in an ostentatious manner; "Mr Khrushchev ostentatiously wooed and embraced Castro at the U N general assembly"
ostentation
Ambitious display; pretentious parade; vain show; display intended to excite admiration or applause
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Of ostentation
ostentation
a display dictated by vanity and intended to invite applause or flattery
ostentation
{n} outwar or vain show, parade
ostentatious
{a} fond of show, pompous, proud
Ostentatious
ostentive
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ostentation
to show or display
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swank
ostentation
lack of elegance as a consequence of being pompous and puffed up with vanity
ostentation
a showy outward display
ostentation
{i} ambitious demonstration; showiness; garishness
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disapproval If you describe someone's behaviour as ostentation, you are criticizing them for doing or buying things in order to impress people. On the whole she had lived modestly, with a notable lack of ostentation. when you deliberately try to show people how rich or clever you are, in order to make them admire you (from ostentare , from ostendere; OSTENSIBLE)
ostentation
A show or spectacle
ostentation
The act of ostentating or of making an ambitious display; unnecessary show; pretentious parade; usually in a detractive sense
ostentation
pretentious or showy or vulgar display lack of elegance as a consequence of being pompous and puffed up with vanity a showy outward display
ostentation
of excessive show in an attempt to impress others; flamboyant, pretentious
ostentation
pretentious or showy or vulgar display
ostentatious
disapproval If you describe something as ostentatious, you disapprove of it because it is expensive and is intended to impress people. an ostentatious wedding reception
ostentatious
disapproval If you describe someone as ostentatious, you disapprove of them because they want to impress people with their wealth or importance. Obviously he had plenty of money and was generous in its use without being ostentatious + ostentatiously os·ten·ta·tious·ly Her servants were similarly, if less ostentatiously attired
ostentatious
You can describe an action or behaviour as ostentatious when it is done in an exaggerated way to attract people's attention. His wife was fairly quiet but she is not an ostentatious person anyway. + ostentatiously os·ten·ta·tious·ly Harry stopped under a street lamp and ostentatiously began inspecting the contents of his bag
ostentatious
Fond of, or evincing, ostentation; unduly conspicuous; pretentious; boastful
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of a display that is tawdry or vulgar
ostentatious
intended to attract notice and impress others; "an ostentatious sable coat"
ostentatious
of tawdry display; kitsch
ostentatious
intended to attract notice and impress others; "an ostentatious sable coat" of a display that is tawdry or vulgar
ostentatious
{s} showy, pretentious; bombastic, pompous; garish
ostentatious
intended to attract notice
ostentatiously

    Hyphenation

    os·ten·ta·tious·ly

    Turkish pronunciation

    ästınteyşısli

    Pronunciation

    /ˌästənˈtāsʜəslē/ /ˌɑːstənˈteɪʃəsliː/

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