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showy; or excessively ornamented — especially brilliantly colorful
  • If he had come from around here, if his father had farmed and he had inherited his father's farm, his relative flamboyance, like his musical talent, would have been something for the neighbors to be a little proud of, evidence of native genius rather than suspect strangeness.
    p. 113.4

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