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flamboyant
used in Catch-22

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Definition
showy; or excessively ornamented — especially brilliantly colorful
  • The false black mustache was a flamboyant organ-grinder's, and he wore them both to the basketball game one day when he felt he could endure his loneliness no longer.
    Chapter 9 — Major Major Major Major (76% in)
  • 'Stupido!' she shouted back at him, and smacked him loudly and flamboyantly on the chest with the back of her hand.
    Chapter 16 — Luciana (57% in)
  • The planes were decorated with flamboyant squadron emblems illustrating such laudable ideals as Courage, Might, Justice, Truth, Liberty, Love, Honor and Patriotism that were painted out at once by Milo's mechanics with a double coat of flat white and replaced in garish purple with the stenciled name M & M ENTERPRISES, FINE FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
    Chapter 24 — Milo (11% in)

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