In the meantime, the U.S. named El Chino a drug kingpin and moved to seize the very wealth he flaunted in his online photos.
Marty was cool because he took his hideousness and, with a brilliant wit and oodles of self-knowledge, he flaunted it.
Natalie Portman won (again) for Best Actress, Mila Kunis stunned in Alexander McQueen, and Sofia Vergara flaunted her curves.
Prescott flaunted the perks of office, being dubbed “Two Jags Prescott” because he owned two Jaguar luxury sedans.
Natalie Portman won (again) for best actress, Mila Kunis stunned in Alexander McQueen, and Sofia Vergara flaunted her curves.
They rushed towards the animal and flaunted their flags before his eyes, striving to excite and draw him on to attack them.
Would the name of Frederick Graves always be flaunted in his face?
No United States fort at the time of his fall flaunted treason in the eyes of the land.
But what had he done that they should be flaunted on a scarecrow?
She hopped out of the car with her bag and flaunted her cheap finery through the gate and in at the front door.
1560s, "to display oneself in flashy clothes," of unknown origin; perhaps a variant of flout or vaunt. It looks French, but it corresponds to no known French word. Transitive sense is from 1827. Related: Flaunted; flaunting.