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flourish
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Macbeth
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as in: dismissed them with a flourish Define
a showy gesture or: the act of waving -- a hand or an item
  • SCENE IV. Forres. A Room in the Palace.
    [Flourish. Enter Duncan, Malcolm, Donalbain, Lennox, and Attendants.]
  • [Flourish. Exeunt.] (at end of Act 1 Scene 4)

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  • Flourish. Enter, with drum and colours, Malcolm, old Siward, Ross, Lennox, Angus, Caithness, Menteith, and Soldiers.
  • ALL:  Hail, King of Scotland!
    Flourish.
  • [Flourish. Exeunt.] (at end of Act 5 Scene 8)

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  • She entered with a great flourish.
  • He bowed to her with a flourish.

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as in: the business is flourishing Define
to thrive (grow or develop well)
as in: dismissed them with a flourish Define
a showy gesture or: the act of waving -- a hand or an item
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