flamboyant

(redirected from flamboyance)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

flamboyant

Architecture of, denoting, or relating to the French Gothic style of architecture characterized by flamelike tracery and elaborate carving
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
References in periodicals archive ?
the most but in the went are his flamboyance used to regard as a thing economy days out a and In the context of chasing all four trophies, this week became immense Stuart Brennan
(TAP) - "Flamboyance" is the title of the personal exhibition of Tunisian painter Arbia Loudhaief that will take place from May 19 to 21 at the Information Gallery in Tunis.
Pete's husband, Michael Simpson, put his whole life in some sort of context when he explained that his mother was very encouraging of his flamboyance and wanted him to think freely.
Summary: Mikado offers all the flamboyance and newness
Economic Times has reported, citing executive director, Pawan Goenka, 'Indian customers like little bit of flamboyance; it would be a little bit over the top.
"He is actually very quiet unlike the flamboyance you see of me coming out on my birthday and waving at thousands of people.
Anyone hungering for the sort of Hollywood-produced, period-set adventure stories that once were a mainstay of Saturday matinee cinema will take special delight In "Assassination," a sensationally entertaining mash-up of historical drama, "Dirty Dozen" style shoot-'em-up, spaghetti Western-flavored flamboyance, and extended action setpieces that suggest a dream-team collaboration of Sergio Leone, John Woo and Steven Spielberg.
London, Feb 1 ( ANI ): Former England captain Sir Ian Botham has said that the successor of departing England team director Andy Flower should bring enjoyment and flamboyance back to the game.
But India set about their task with typical flamboyance, Shikhar Dhawan scoring his third ODI century from 102 balls, amid an opening partnership with Rohit Sharma (79) of 178 before Kohli (116 not out) put on an unbeaten 61 for the fifth wicket with captain MS Dhoni to spark scenes of jubilation with three balls to spare.
"What I love about AFWL is that its not just about the fashion - it's also about the chance for all of us and every lover of African fashion to celebrate our continent through our vibrant colours, flamboyance which is unparallel in the world.
Sometimes you have to give the dour men and women their due, especially when their chosen trade is a sport which, despite its cut-throat competitiveness, tends to needlessly feed off glamour, sexiness, flamboyance and controversy.