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flamboyant

Architecture of, denoting, or relating to the French Gothic style of architecture characterized by flamelike tracery and elaborate carving
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The work of Milan-based designer Roberto Serio, the furniture is flamboyantly styled, featuring crystal work, gold and silver leaf detailing and plush materials.
But when flamboyantly bouffanted culinary fops such as Marco Pierre White are all the flavour, then it's easy to see what the casting director saw in Alan's audition, and it was sitting on top of his head.
You begin with some major news stories of the day - Islamist terrorism, the financial crisis, immigration - sprinkle in some broadly-drawn characters - a dissatisfied middle-aged husband, a flamboyantly gay
Homes, Rebecca Solnit, and the curator, offers a further opportunity to consider the writerly aspects of Coyne's flamboyantly intricate gloom.
The film had the character of the " Jai Maharashtra" politico declaring flamboyantly that he didn't care about deviation from ideology and subsequent loss of reputation, as the politics of vote banks is a business and there is always the option of changing sides to another vote bank.
WORCESTER - A heavyset woman, flamboyantly disguised in a blond wig with bangs, a pink hat and dark sunglasses, strolled into a West Boylston Street bank yesterday morning and passed a note to the teller demanding money, police said.
In "Bruno", Cohen poses as a flamboyantly gay Austrian fashion reporter who in one scene goes to interview a "terrorist" in his quest for fame.
In "Bruno," Cohen poses as a flamboyantly gay Austrian fashion reporter who in one scene goes to interview a "terrorist" in his quest for fame.
She claims that in 2007 Cohen appeared at her charity bingo game in his guise as Bruno - a flamboyantly gay Austrian - and was pushed by him causing her to fall.
Expect the unexpected as Erick Montes' flamboyantly self-indulgent character changes from one red dress to another, or when a cigarette is passed back and forth (no hands) between two women in patent leather stilettos.
Konstantin Zverev was flamboyantly fun as the macho matador Espada, sending himself up with a haughty shake of his head or flick of a finger.