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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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For hours absolute quiet reigned in the little clearing, except as it was broken by the discordant notes of brilliantly feathered parrots, or the screeching and twittering of the thousand jungle birds flitting ceaselessly amongst the vivid orchids and flamboyant blossoms which festooned the myriad, moss-covered branches of the forest kings.
One of those sprawling flamboyant patterns committing every artistic sin.
In the latter he seldom went beyond the sensational--pasting up seditious placards, tearing down official placards, making flamboyant speeches, or unfurling forbidden flags.