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ostentatious
used in The Glass Castle

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intended to attract notice and impress others — especially with wealth in a vulgar way
  • One day after Mr. Becker had come back from lunch and ostentatiously checked the display cases, I was so furious that I looked around to see if there was anything in the entire darn store worth stealing.
    p. 215.9

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