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used in Running in the Family

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showy; or excessively ornamented — especially brilliantly colorful
  • At breakfast we could watch the flamboyant tree and lavender-cotton catch fire.
    p. 144.6
  • As the light came up slowly she was being swirled fast, "floating" (as ever confident of surviving this too) alongside branches and leaves, the dawn starting to hit flamboyant trees as she slipped past them like a dark log, shoes lost, false breast lost.
    p. 128.2

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