The river road led past rocky field slopes, deep glens, woods flamboyant now with September, to Mendota, white walls and a spire among trees beneath a hill, old-world in its placid ease.
The shops show the same standardized, nationally advertised wares; the newspapers of sections three thousand miles apart have the same "syndicated features"; the boy in Arkansas displays just such a flamboyant ready-made suit as is found on just such a boy in Delaware, both of them iterate the same slang phrases from the same sporting-pages, and if one of them is in college and the other is a barber, no one may surmise which is which.
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He seemed at ease, listening as Marcia chattered on, her hands gesturing flamboyantly.
Nicholas Sparks -- The Longest Ride
"Stenton found this one first," she said about the octopus, which was now rising from the floor, slowly, flamboyantly.